This month sees the return of the Chelsea Flower Show (May 24-28), when the world's best horticulturists descend upon London in the hope that their show gardens will attract an elusive gold medal.
But don't worry if you can't make it to the capital - you can still enjoy the joyous aroma of gardens in full bloom, thanks to the bumper crop of flower and foliage-inspired fragrances that have landed this spring.
From subtle and herbaceous, to sweet and heady, there's a scent for everyone, you'll just have to pick your own...
1. The wild one
Part of the limited edition Herb Garden collection, Jo Malone Wild Strawberry & Parsley, from £44, melds the savoury tang of flat-leaf parsley with the juicy sweetness of strawberry and blackcurrant, resulting in a gorgeously green blend.
2. The queen of flowers
Opening with a burst of ravishing pink rose, L'Occitane Violette & Rose de Mai Eau de Toilette, £52, dries down to reveal a heart of zesty mandarin and bergamot. Musk and sandalwood combine to complete this complex, creamy concoction.
3. The personal perfume
When fashion editor Jo Levin ran out of the scent oil that had garnered her so many compliments over the years, she decided to enlist the help of Escentric Molecules founder Jeff Lounds to recreate the fragrance. In OdeJo Eau de Toilette, £55, aromatic lily and Tahitian rose meet their yang in cucumber oil and blue sea kelp, the blend evoking dusk during summertime.
4. The Italian job
Imagine a cool breeze rolling in off the Ligurian Sea, as you stroll through a sun-dappled lemon orchard on the Italian Riviera... That's where you're transported with the latest addition to the Tom Ford Private Blend collection, Neroli Portofino Eau de Parfum, £145, which is inspired by the glamorous holiday destination.
5. The fruit cocktail
Diptyque Eau de Sens Eau de Toilette, £60, takes a new approach to citrus, combining elements of orange tree blossom, peel and flowers. Rounding out that acidic trio with musky angelica and patchouli, the florals really shine through.
6. The dark horse
A delicate floral threesome - rose, carnation and lily of the valley - is elevated to heady new heights by liquorice and fig in MOR's deeply enveloping Rosa Noir Eau de Parfum, £39.
7. The fresh star
Giving the familiar floral a new lease of life, Molton Brown Dewy Lily Of The Valley & Star Anise Eau de Toilette, £39, adds spicy star anise into the mix, plus magnolia, peony and white musk, making it as fresh and bright as a spring morning.
8. The literary agent
The next volume in Amouage's Library Collection is anything but by the book. Opus X Eau de Parfum, £180, is a bold confluence of no less than four rose notes, ably assisted by geranium, leather, oud and rich ylang-ylang.
9. The sugar rush
Like a cool Cosmopolitan on a hot New York night, DKNY Summer for Women Limited Edition, £44, is a sparking medley of goji berry, peach bellini, water lily, violet and rose, that will satisfy any sweet tooth.
10. The Asian sensation
Created without any synthetic ingredients, Weleda's Garden of Life trio is powered by natural essential oils. Grenade Jardin de Vie, £19.95, is inspired by an exotic Persian garden, fusing plump pomegranate with herbaceous davana and warm vanilla.
11. The Thai takeaway
Drawing on the native flowers of her favourite holiday destination, Thailand, the third fragrance from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is centred around a pair of jasmine accords and rose centifolia. The floral heart of Rosie For Autograph Summer Rose Eau de Parfum, £28, is followed by sumptuous sandalwood and musk.
12. The power player
The latest launch in the Eclectic Elements collection, Bronnley Zealous Flower Eau de Toilette, £35, combines jasmine and rose notes with fruity pear and mandarin, pink pepper and amber, adding both warmth and depth.
What’s your favourite floral fragrance? Let us know in the Comments section below.