Every spring I pass these little darlings (Mignonettes in French) on my walks and never is it the right timing to pick them. I saved seeds and tried yo grow them by my house with no success. This morning I took advantage of my new daily commute (by car, unfortunately), and started my first enfleurage project for the year: Reseda vegan enfleurage.
It's one of the most magical and ellusive wildflower scents. The leaves smell like goosefoot and tomato absolue (green and icky!), yet the flowers are powdery-green violets mingled with creamy tuberose and orange blossom.
Let's see how these pan out... I, for one, am curious if not dangerously hopeful.