The Cemetery as an Olfactory Refuge Part II

Featured image is of Laurel Hill Cemetery by Loren Rhodes of Cemetery Travel.

The cemetery on a spring day – peaceful, beautiful, and lovely. A perfect place to read and contemplate, something I do too little of in our fast-paced world.

Unfortunately, living in my new home of Arizona means that cemeteries here are not the lush botanical refuges that they are in other parts of the country. Some of you might be on the other end of this spectrum – your nearest cemetery might still be cloaked in snow.

To bring the blooming cemetery indoors, I’ve put together a list of five scents that will perfume your skin and your home with olfactory delight, inspired by graveyard flora.

Read the article at Dirge!

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