Agraria’s next generation of Airessence now diffuses through solar flowers, handmade by skilled artisans using the dried peel of the tapioca plant that is sewn onto a cotton wick.
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In keeping with the Agraria definition of “from the earth”, sola flowers are a natural material and environmentally friendly. As the fragrant essential oils are absorbed through the cotton wick, the flower petals will change to the colour of the oil as the scent diffuses in to the air. Within the first few days, the flowers will absorb about 1 inch of the oil, after that the fibres of the petals will be refreshed as needed to keep them moist and fragrant.
Agraria means "beautiful flowers growing in the fields," and is the brand name that the founders, Stanford Stevenson and Maurice Gibson, chose for their hand-made potpourri. First tossed in the back room of their San Francisco shop, it was full of flowers, herbs, spices and its mysterious new fragrance became known as Bitter Orange.
Today its AirEssence and PetiteEssence, liquid versions of potpourri, "grow" into beautiful fragrant flowers as they absorb perfume-grade oils. Each flower is hand-made one petal at a time from paper-thin slices of sola plants grown in the fields of Southeast Asia.
Agraria still makes the original Bitter Orange and Lavender & Rosemary potpourris the same way – one box at a time – and over the years, has added incense, perfume candles, decorative scented tassels, luxury bath bars, cologne sprays and a full collection of bath & body products to keep you and your home exquisitely scented.
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