Nothing says spring like a fragrance filled with essences of bright, colorful blossoms. This season there are plenty to choose from.

Kenzo Summer Flower
An alcohol-free cocktail of bergamot and citrus gets brightened with Bulgarian rose and white musk for a sensual, perfect-for-sultry-nights scent. ($52; Sephora)

LaVanila Laboratories Vanilla Blossom
This lemon, rose, osmanthus, nutmeg and vanilla cocktail provides skin with healthy antioxidants, vitamins and amino acids—and smells great, too. ($56; Sephora) 

Celine Dion Enchanting
The talented chanteuse introduces another fragrance destined for greatness, made with notes of berries, orchid, gardenia and tonka bean. ($35-$48; J.C. Penney, Kohl’s, Ulta)

Elizabeth Arden Mediterranean
Peach nectar and Sicilian mandarin, blended with wisteria, magnolia and sandalwood, evoke sunny vacations spent in this scent’s namesake region. ($47.50-$57.50; Elizabeth Arden counters)

Creative Scentualization Perfect Kiss
From the ne plus ultra of custom-blended scents comes this romantic fragrance that employs such favorite florals as jasmine and honeysuckle, sweetened with vanilla and dark chocolate, for a tempting treat. ($40-$84: Barneys New York)

Teo Cabanel Julia
This blend of tea, Bulgarian and Moroccan rose, cardamom and tonka bean is like a guided trek through exotic, beautiful landscapes. ($96-$180; Henri Bendel)

Classic, stylish, sophisticated. The words that portray Coach’s timeless accessories also describe its debut fragrance, infused with mandarin, violet, mimosa, jasmine and vanilla. ($40-$68; Coach boutiques)

Hampton Sun Privet Bloom
Channel the Hamptons by spraying on this blend of earthy verbena and bergamot, delicate white hyacinth and cucumber, plus, of course, that spot’s ubiquitous sea grass. ($49.50-$65; hamptonsuncare.com)