The last time I evaluated a Glade® candle here I was not too impressed (see The Ultimate Fall Scent Debate), so I have to say that I was quite skeptical about the quality of scent that these candles would emit. Still, their packaging drew me in and and so I bought one of each, eagerly took them home and one by one set them up to smell.
I began with Magic Meadow and, honestly, if I was buying the candle based on the cold throw I can tell you now that I probably wouldn't have bothered. The cold throw was light and barely discernible (if at all), but luckily the hot throw was better. It had a very pleasant green-grass aroma that was intertwined with a floraly-rose-carnation scent. It could have been a little bit stronger, but in general it does what it says on the box. It's a pleasant meadow-y scent.
Second in line was Playful Paradise which was the least impressive of the three. Both the cold and hot throw were very weak and the indistinct floral scent struggled to cover the waxy-base smell. Don't waste your money on this one!
Finally Glade® redeemed themselves with the third variant, Polka Dot Petals. The cold throw had a decent strength as well as an inoffensive gourmand, sweet-fruity-berry scent. The fragrance further impressed in the hot throw keeping its decent level of strength and its flavorful gourmand sweet scent, although the scent became closer to Jolly Rancher Watermelon than berry. Out of the three, I would recommend this variant due to its superior strength and scent.
The Glade® website shows that one more variant is available - Sherbert Sunrise, but alas, this one was not on the shelves at my Target and so it is left for you to discover on your own. If you've picked one up, make sure to leave a comment below and let me know what you think of it ... and any of the others, too!