Prince Charles has just launched a summer-inspired fragrance at his beloved Highgrove Gardens

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Prince Charles managed to bottle summer at Highgrove House.

The royal, 73, has teamed up with Penhaligon to launch a new fragrance inspired by his beloved gardens at Highgrove, his private residence in Gloucestershire, England.

“Highgrove Bouquet is a new fragrance inspired by and created with HRH The Prince of Wales, in part a tribute to the beautifully fragrant summers of Highgrove Gardens,” according to the gardens’ website.

“It is a time when the scent of the flowering and weeping silver linden tree fills the air, and the gardens of Highgrove are full of its branches, with their florid and inspiring floral notes,” they continue. “A lively, confident burst of warm energy opens the dance with vibrant lavender and geranium. As floral and powdery notes appear, a shroud of delicate yellow flowers seems to fill the air, and with mimosa, tuberose brings longevity and depth, a solar fragrance of rich delights. The restful and soothing base is a blend of elegance and sophistication of cedar and iris woods.

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Prince Charles sitting in his garden at Highgrove

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The fragrance has top notes of geranium, lavender and hyacinth, complemented by weeping lime, tuberose, cedarwood, fusion iris and musks.

A bottle of perfume costs $180, and 10% of profits will be donated to the Prince’s Foundation, the royal heir’s charity which offers a diverse range of education and training programs for all ages and backgrounds , from traditional arts and crafts to architecture and design, including science. , engineering, horticulture and hospitality.

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Prince Charles sitting in his garden at Highgrove

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Last year, Prince Charles spoke about his passion for horticulture on the BBC radio show. The poet laureate has gone to his hangar.

“My sister and I had a little vegetable garden out back on a border somewhere,” he told host Simon Armitage of his connection to Princess Anne. “We had a lot of fun trying to grow tomatoes, unsuccessfully, and that sort of thing.”

The royal siblings were helped by a “wonderful” head gardener at Queen Elizabeth’s London residence named Mr Nutbeam.

“He was splendid and he helped my sister and me a little with the little garden we had,” remembers Prince Charles.

This love of gardening only grew with Prince Charles, who has been an environmental advocate for decades and transformed the Queen’s Sandringham Estate into a “fully organic operation.”

“There’s nothing better, I think, than eating what you’ve grown?” he told the radio show. “That’s another reason why I’ve always thought it’s so important to find ways to encourage kids to grow vegetables and other things at school.”

Prince Charles worked diligently on the gardens at Highgrove House for four decades, which he designed to “please the eye and sit in harmony with nature”.

Since the early 1980s, Charles has regularly invited groups, schools and charities to visit the gardens.

“One of my great joys is seeing the pleasure the garden can bring to many visitors and that everyone seems to find a part of it that is special to them,” he said.

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One of the highlights of Prince Charles’ garden is the treehouse which was built for Prince William and Prince Harry to celebrate William’s seventh birthday in 1989.

As a young boy, William told the treehouse’s designer, Willie Bertram, that he wanted “it to be as high as possible, so I could get away from everyone.” And I want a rope ladder, that I can pull up so no one can attack me,” according to landscaper and writer Bunny Guinness.

In 2015, the treehouse was renovated so that Prince Charles’ grandchildren could play there. Prince George, now 9, was just 2 at the time — and he can now hang out with his younger siblings, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4.