Candles that Spread Fruit and Floral Fragrances

Here are five scents inspired by nostalgic flowers, vibrant fruits, and seaside vistas. From the innocent allure of young love to the bold fun of exotic adventures, these scents make every day summer! That’s what The Yankee Candle Company says.

It has announced its new fragrances for summer 2012. These new scents are inspired by one of three distinct experiences: the joy of youth, the tenderness of romance or the simplicity of the outdoors.

All fragrances are available for purchase at Yankee Candle retail stores, specialty retailers and gift shops across the U.S. and via

“Summer is a season all about having fun,” said Hope Margala Klein, senior vice president, brand, design and innovation for The Yankee Candle Company, Inc. “Our new scents provide a delightful way to bring the best the season has to offer into your home.”

Loves Me, Loves Me Not – A fresh field daisy with pretty white petals just waiting to be pulled.

Pink Dragon Fruit – Colorful and intriguing … there’s adventure in the sweet aroma of this tropical fruit.

Wild Passion Fruit – This exotic passion fruit is blended with melon and mandarin.

Fruit Fusion – Berries, orange and lime make this sunny fruit blend refreshingly tart and sweet.

Oceanside – The warm, musky scent of calm sea air with touches of citrusy sunshine.

Available today, March 26, their price: $10.99, Small Jar; $24.99, Medium Jar; $27.99, Large Jar.

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