Agraria means "beautiful flowers growing in the fields," and is the brand name founders, Stanford Stevenson and Maurice Gibson, chose for their hand-made potpourri. First tossed in the back room of their San Francisco shop on Taylor Street, it was full of flowers, herbs, spices and its mysterious new fragrance became known as Bitter Orange. It’s unique, spicy fragrance has been described by The New York Times as “uplifting, mysterious and androgynous in its appeal.”
Today their AirEssence and PetiteEssence Diffusers, liquid versions of potpourri, "grow" into beautiful fragrant flowers as they absorb perfume-grade oils. Each flower is hand-made one petal at a time from paper-thin slices of sola plants grown in the fields of Southeast Asia.
Formulated to "mix and mingle marvelously", their fragrances smell as beautiful as they look. Exquisite packaging and custom-designed fragrance patterns establish Agraria as the ultimate for those who wish to live and gift luxuriously.