Phoenix Botanicals Peach Tree Garden EDP Natural Perfume Review

Phoenix Botanicals Peach Tree Garden

Testing something as bright and sunny as Phoenix Botanicals Peach Tree Garden when there is snow on the ground should feel so wrong, but it doesn’t. Peach Tree Garden is a reminder that underneath the ice, there’s life. It’s a reminder that in a few months what are now bare branches will soon be covered with pastel blossoms.

Peach Tree Garden opens with juicy citrus and a “chewy” saffron. This enhances the warmth and ripeness of peach flesh .It wears as a juicy, fresh peach and woods, like bark. In the heart, Peach Tree Garden gets denser, reminding me of dried apricots or peach fruit leather. There’s a hint of blonde tobacco that adds a hay-like warmth to the season’s harvest. The perfume dries down to like a spice peach marmalade with a nutty, warm oud and patchouli.

Peach Tree Garden is a gorgeous peach fragrance. The oud and tobacco keep the fragrance from smelling juvenile. Being a botanical perfume, it doesn’t smell synthetic or go “shampoo-ish”. I have a feeling it would wear beautifully in the heat, but right now I’m enjoying it in the winter. It’s a reminder that warmer days are ahead.

Sylvie Vartan

Notes listed include saffron, yuzu, bergamot, peach, osmanthus, Turkish rose, tobacco, ambrette, dark patchouli, spices, labdanum, vetiver and oud. Launched in 2015. PERFUMER – Irina Adam

Give Peach Tree Garden a try if you like peach or osmanthus scents. Or if you like perfumes like Keiko Mecheri Peau de Peche, Jo Malone London Nectarine Blossom & Honey, Artemisia Saveur de l’Abricot, Bissoumine Souffle Sauvage, Annick Goutal Le Mimosa and/or Meshaz Ozmanthus

Being a botanical perfume, it wears closely to the skin. Longevity is average. However, it’s the base notes of patchouli and oud that linger the most. The peach fades after a couple of hours. The overall feel of the fragrance is “sheer” but it doesn’t lack depth.

Peach Tree Garden comes in a few sizes. The 5ml retails for $38 at Phoenix Botanicals. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONA harvest of fresh peaches turned into dried fruits and eventually spicy marmalade. It’s an excellent peach perfume.

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I included it in my 2015 Naturals Holiday Gift Guide. 

*Disclaimer – Product provided the brand. I am not financially compensated for my reviews. My opinions are my own. Product pic from the brand. Sylvie Vartan pic from


12 thoughts on “Phoenix Botanicals Peach Tree Garden EDP Natural Perfume Review

  1. Maaaaaaan, I love all of Irina’s concoctions. Sometimes it’s really a practice in self control to keep myself from slathering my whole body with her perfumes. If I could afford to bathe in Night Bloom I would. This looks to be just as bad (but in a totally good way). lol!

    1. If I could bathe in Night Bloom, I would too! I love that one so much.

      I’m starting to think I could bathe in this one too. It’s different than Night Bloom but just as gorgeous…and I never thought I’d say that about a peach perfume! It smells great and from yuzu to the oud, all the notes are perfect.

  2. This perfume sounds amazing. This is a line I haven’t tried yet but I hear so many good things, I know I need to get on it. Maybe the 5 sample set…

    1. I love sample sets. The brand has a lot of great ones but I feel like if I had to narrow it down for a brand-newbie, it would be Night Bloom, this one and Meadow & Fir. She said Love Potion is their #1 seller and I see as to why. It’s almost like a chai spice floral. It’s really pretty.

  3. I’ve tried a couple of samples from this brand. Their Hawaiian inspired perfumed oils were beautiful and I’d consider a purchase of a full sized. The perfumes I tried were the Saffron and Lavendar ones. Both were very true and great quality soliflores but I realized they weren’t what I wanted to wear as a personal fragrance. I’ll look for these others you mentioned next time. Thanks for the review!

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