Eucalyptus with Lemon.
Refresh | Energize | Revitalise
Energize your soul with this zesty vibrant fragrance. An exciting combination of zingy lemon and zesty orange peel delicately strung together with floral notes of eucalyptus and peony.
THE BURN + BLOOM COLLECTION
This beautiful amber glass candle not only compliments any home interior decor, but also carries with it an extra special design.
The paper labels on our 20 hour candles have been embedded with the seeds of wild flowers. The paper is handmade and not pressed in the same way as traditional paper this is to avoid crushing of the seeds. The seeds have a germination rate of 85% and you can expect to see flowers such as pink and red poppies, Common Daisy, Gloriosa Daisy, Black eyed susan, Annual and Perennial Wildflower mixes. See instructions below on how to plant your label.
As always our blend is vegan friendly using rapeseed and coconut wax, infused with high quality fragrances and wooden wicks; Free from Phalates, Paraffin, palm, beeswax, dyes and synthetic additives.
This candle will burn clean down the edges, with no wax or fragrance to spare. Providing you with at least 20 hours of room filling aromas.
Total Dimensions (with lid): 62mm High x 62mm Dia.
Net weight: Approx. 100g
Burn Time: Approx 15 hours
THE BURN + BLOOM 20 HOUR CANDLE - Eucalyptus with Lemon
On the first burn ensure you burn your candle for 1 hour. This ensures a clean and even burn with no fragrance wastage. Relight your candle in-between burns by removing the dead wood from your wick. Simply pinch the wood with your finger tips and remove. More information on how to correctly use your candle can be found on our candle care page.
1. Soak the seeded paper in water for atleast 12 hours so that the sweeds swell for germination.
2. Cover with a thin layer of soil and keep moist until the seedlings are established. Spray daily and handle with care.
3. Germination time is usually 7-10 days. Success rate is 85% as with any seeded packets. Best planted in late spring to early summer, and best survival rate is when grown indoors.