Monthly Archives: February 2013

Jo Lasky Interview by Saponifier Magazine (12/12)

Advice for Creating a Scentsational Line Scent:  it means so much to each one of us, although we don’t always realize it.  We know we like to use a nice variety in our creations, whether candle, soap, or cosmetics, but … Continue reading

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The perfumers’ skills are not to be sniffed at By Vicki Woods 7:38PM GMT 01 Feb 2013   Ambergris may not have the most fragrant of origins, but it’s vital for the noblest of noses Ambergris was a low note (leathery, mossy), but it was mostly used by 19th- … Continue reading

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On Gardening: Birds love peanut butter, just like you By NORMAN WINTER — McClatchy-Tribune News Service As the birds came darting and swooping into the feeders like aerial acrobats, the looks on the children’s faces were my reward. We’ve just opened our bird feeding station at the Columbus Botanical … Continue reading

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