Fresh grapefruit and raspberries make way for stately, century-old Southern Magnolia trees bursting with sweet and creamy blooms. The summer’s encroaching humidity warms the air and wafts the joyful scent in your direction, as you stroll down the cobblestone streets in this charming and historic city.
While Georgia naturally evokes images of rows of peach trees stretching across acres of farmland, Savannah’s Southern Magnolia trees, also known as magnolia grandiflora, resonate in the minds of its natives. The fragrant ivory blossoms bloom in the spring and are so fragrant that just one flower can fill an entire room with its scent. Savannah Magnolia features notes of grapefruit, raspberries and magnolia blossom and is a perfume oil.