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Harvesting Flowers for the Perfume Industry
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Harvesting Flowers for the Perfume Industry

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Have you ever wondered when flowers, fruits and herbs are harvested for the fragrance industry and what is their typical yield?


The harvesting of flowers, fruits, and herbs for the fragrance industry can vary depending on factors such as climate, growing conditions, and region. Here is a general idea of when some commonly used ingredients are harvested:

Roses: Roses are typically harvested in May and June. The yield can vary greatly depending on the type of rose and growing conditions, but a typical yield is around 3-5 kg of roses per hectare.
Jasmine: Jasmine is typically harvested in July and August. The yield can vary greatly depending on the type of jasmine and growing conditions, but a typical yield is around 1-2 kg of jasmine flowers per hectare.
Orange blossom: Orange blossom is typically harvested in May and June. The yield can vary greatly depending on the type of orange tree and growing conditions, but a typical yield is around 4-6 kg of orange blossoms per hectare.
Lavender: Lavender is typically harvested in June and July. The yield can vary greatly depending on the type of lavender and growing conditions, but a typical yield is around 2-3 kg of lavender flowers per hectare.
Vanilla: Vanilla is typically harvested in August and September. The yield can vary greatly depending on the type of vanilla and growing conditions, but a typical yield is around 2-3 kg of vanilla beans per hectare.
Patchouli: Patchouli is typically harvested in September and October. The yield can vary greatly depending on the type of patchouli and growing conditions, but a typical yield is around 5-7 kg of patchouli leaves per hectare.


These are just a few examples of the many ingredients used in the fragrance industry, and the actual harvesting times and yields can vary greatly depending on many factors. Additionally, many fragrance ingredients are also grown in other parts of the world, so the harvesting times and yields may be different in different regions