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Scent and perfume plants
The gardens of the International Perfume Museum of Grasse offer an open-field space for the species cultivated for perfumery. They also house a landscaped area for various collections of fragrant or aromatic plants at the origin of the fragrances and olfactory notes used in perfumery. The site is home to perfume plants, such as rose or jasmine, whose extracts are used as raw materials in perfumery, and scented plants, such as honeysuckle or peony, which constitute a real source of inspiration and model for the perfumers who copy or synthetically recreate their fragrances.
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