"In early April the trees
end their winter waiting
with a creep of green on branches.
In early October the trees
listen for a wind crying,
for leaves whirling.
The face of the river by night
holds a scatter of stars
and the silence of summer blossoms
falling to the moving water.
Come clean with a child heart.
Laugh as peaches in the summer wind.
Let rain on a house roof be a song.
Let the writing on your face
be a smell of apple orchards in late June." -- Carl Sandburg
Lusciously ripe late summer peaches, peach leaves, freshly mowed hay, and ash-splint wood orchard baskets.
Limited edition, Autumn 2016, available while supplies last. Packaged in an amber 5 ml glass dropper bottle.
What buyers are saying:
Warm, sweet peaches with notes of wood and hay. A very "golden" scent.