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Jasminum (/ˈdʒæzmɨnəm/), commonly known as jasmines, is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family (Oleaceae). It contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of the Old World. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers.

 

Jasmine tea is consumed in China, where it is called jasmine-flower tea (茉莉花茶; pinyin: mò lì huā chá). Jasminum sambac flowers are also used to make jasmine tea, which often has a base of green tea, but sometimes an Oolong base is used. Flowers and tea are "mated" in machines that control temperature and humidity. It takes four hours or so for the tea to absorb the fragrance and flavour of the jasmine blossoms, and for the highest grades, this process may be repeated as many as seven times. Because the tea has absorbed moisture from the flowers, it must be refired to prevent spoilage. The spent flowers may or may not be removed from the final product, as the flowers are completely dry and contain no aroma. Giant fans are used to blow away and remove the petals from the denser tea leaves. If present, they simply add visual appeal and are no indication of the quality of the tea.

 

In Okinawa, Japan, jasmine tea is known as sanpin cha (さんぴん茶). (Source: Wikipedia)

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Taken at Nursery store while shopping for some plants for our garden this year. I bought few plants and just waiting for a good weather to plant them.

 

Week 119 in Poetography ... a weekly inspiration. This week theme is about "You."

 

I chose the Jasmine for this theme. Jasmine or Sampaguita as we call it is my favourite flowers growing up and still is for each beauty and lovely scents. It also brings wonderful memories when I was in Grade six. I used to make garlands of these flowers and then bring it to my Aunt who used to own a store in the market,..she then sells it for little money. In return and gratitude, she always gave me my favourite Filipino desserts.

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Jasminum sambac was adopted by the Philippines as the National flower on 1 February 1934 via Proclamation No. 652 issued by AmericanGovernor-General Frank Murphy. Filipinos string the flowers into leis, corsages, and sometimes crowns. These garlands are available as loose strings of blossoms or as tight clusters of buds, and are commonly sold by poor children outside churches and near intersections.

 

Sampaguita garlands are usually placed on religious images and photographs of the deceased on altars, and is presented to visitors, dignitaries, and occasionally to graduating students as a form of bestowing honour, veneration and accolade.

 

Have a wonderful Sunday, everyone! HSS!!

 

☙•Thanks for your visits, kind comments and faves. Always greatly appreciated.

 

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Jasminum è un genere di piante (che include varie specie del gelsomino) della famiglia delle Oleaceae, originario delle regioni tropicali temperate.

 

Oggi i Jasminum vengono utilizzati come piante ornamentali, in piena terra nei giardini, come arbusti isolati, o per rivestire muri, recinzioni, pergolati, un tempo aveva molte virtù officinali. Il famoso olio di gelsomino, che i Persiani offrivano agli invitati nei banchetti importanti, si arricchisce da Dioscoride a Linneo d’una quantità di potenzialità terpeutiche legate alla sessualità.

Per quanto lo Jasminum officinalis d’origine persiana fosse notissimo anche agli antichi greci e romani, il primo a coltivarlo davvero in Italia fu Cosimo I de Medici, che naturalmente ne aveva proibito la diffusione fuori dai giardini granducali… l’Inghilterra dovrà addirittura aspettare il 1730, quando riceverà una pianta dal Malabar.

Le sue virtù officinali sono state smentite dalla farmacopea moderna.

Nel frattempo s’è diffuso anche lo Jasminum sambac di più facile cultura, che resta tranquillamente all’aperto nelle zone temperate. Ecco dunque coltivazioni industriali in Calabria e Sicilia (se ne ricavano deliziosi profumi) ed una discreta presenza in tanti altri giardini nostrani. Ed a proposito di profumo: l’aromaterapia ammette ciò che la farmacopea tradizionale ha appena escluso e così apprendiamo che il profumo di gelsomino è euforizzante e stimola direttamente l'ipotalamo a produrre l'enkefalina, sostanza che oltre ad inibire il dolore procura uno stato di benessere e di felicità. Il gelsomino dissolve le paure e le tensioni legate alla sessualità ed è tradizionalmente usato per curare i disturbi uterini e per facilitare il parto. Nella medicina omeopatica, il gelsomino giallo viene indicato contro l'influenza, il raffreddore, la cefalea e gli stati di confusione mentale, di shock, di paura del pubblico.[1] Nelle regioni a clima invernale rigido le specie meno rustiche vengono coltivate in vaso con appositi sostegni circolari assumendo la forma di piccolo cespuglio alto circa 1 m, per decorare terrazzi o appartamenti.

Fonte Wikipedia

 

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This is Sierra. A best friend.

Recently she’s a bride :)

 

Her candid, while she’s waiting to go into the ballroom.

I wish she was looking at me :)

  

Taken in Cirebon, small city in Java, 3 hours by train from Jakarta.

October 10th 2009.

Jasminum sambac ' Grand Duke of Tuscany '

 

Common Name : Arabian Jasmine, Sambac

 

Origin : India

 

Texture : Pareeerica

   

NO MULTI - GROUP INVITES AND LARGE GLITTER GRAPHICS PLEASE...!! NONE IS BETTER.

by Anna Sui.

This was cheap and I like the bottle. Not so sure abut the scent, but if you have the patience for sales blurb read this..hilarious!

"Night of Fancy invites all young women and all those who feel as such, to enjoy and investigate their wildest dreams and fantasies. Feel and experience the mysterious adventure of the successor to Flight of Fancy, with new nuances, magical and romantic violet!

 

The perfume Night of Fancy opens with fruity aromas of blueberry with accords of grapefruit leaves and wild strawberries. The heart hides secrets of Stephanotis - jasmine from Madagascar with Sambac jasmine absolute, while the base notes encompass accords of milkshake, (HUH?) olibanum and Cashmeran molecules.

 

This gracious and elegant edition struts with a top designed in the form of peacock with carved motifs on its tail, and dark floral applications on the glass body of the bottle. Night of Fancy was launched in 2008."

So there you have it, whatever 'it' is!

 

See one with different lighting here www.renderosity.com/mod/gallery/index.php?image_id=2569190

Arabian Jasmine in my yard.

Cimbalom natural perfume compact with jasmine flowers and crochet pouch.

The fragrance of flowers spreads only in the direction of the wind. But the goodness of a person spreads in all directions.

-Chanakya

One of the most fragrant flowers in the world, has become synonymous with the monsoon in the tropics.

 

Nomenclature confusions abound because of the wide variations in petal and leaf structures and the same cultivar being called by different names in different parts of the same country.

The following 3 major distinctly different cultivars have been identified,

 

Belle Of India

Maid Of Orleans

Grand Duke Of Tuscany

 

A single flower is near its full bloom.

Jasminum sambac cv 'Belle Of India"

Family Oleaceae

The Ghosh Grove, Rockledge, Florida, USA.

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MAJOR JASMINE VARIETIES

Jasmine Asiatic - Trachelospermum asiaticum

Jasmine Carolina - Gelsemium sempervirens

Jasmine Confederate - Trachelospermum jasminoides

Jasmine Crepe / Pinwheel Jasmine - Trachelospermum divaricata

Jasmine Crepe 'Flore Peno' - Trachelospermum divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Jasmine Downy - Jasminum pubescens / Jasminum multiflorum

Jasmine Gold Coast = Jasminum ilicifolium

Jasmine Lakeview - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Night Blooming - Cestrum nocturnum

Jasmine Orange - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Pink - Jasminum polyanthum

Jasmine Pinwheel - Tabernaemontana divaricata

Jasmine Primrose - Jasminium mesnyl

Jasmine Rex - Royal Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - Arabian Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - 'Grand Duke of Tuscany'

Jasminum sambac - 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasmine Shining - Jasminium nitidum

Jasmine Showy - Jasminum floridum

Jasmine Star - Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Star'

Jasmine Wax - Jasminum simplicifolium / Jasminum volubile

Jasmine Winter - Jasminum nudiflorum

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Fragrant sampaguita garlands composed of sampaguita and ylang-ylang flowers was seen in the fishing port of Dalahican, Lucena City, Philippines.

 

Jasminum sambac (Filipino: sampaguita from Indian Sanskrit word Champaka) was adopted by the Philippines as the national flower on 1 February 1934 via Proclamation No. 652 issued by American Governor-General Frank Murphy.[21][22][23] Filipinos string the flowers into leis, corsages, and sometimes crowns.[24][25] These garlands are available as loose strings of blossoms or as tight clusters of buds, and are commonly sold by poor children outside churches and near intersections.[26]

 

Sampaguita garlands are usually placed on religious images and photographs of the deceased on altars, and is presented to visitors, dignitaries, and occasionally to graduating students as a form of bestowing honour, veneration and accolade. Buds strung into ropes several metres long are often used to decorate formal events such state occasions at Malacañang Palace, weddings, and are sometimes used as the ribbon in ribbon cutting ceremonies. Though edible, the flower is rarely used in cuisine, with an unusual example being flavouring for ice cream. Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jasminum_sambac

or in latin it is called... jasminum sambac

 

p.s: honestly i want to make picture for the contest...

but seems like no one read mag or newspaper in outdoor... today!

i have to go to a cafe or mall!

 

it's voting time in Bokeh Land!

On explorer

Jasminum Sambac(Arap Yasemini)

is an evergreen shrub, that often reaches 5 ft in height in pots. The flowers are used in making perfumes and as a flavoring in tea. Arabian jasmine is native to India. Jasminum sambac needs full sun to partial shade with intermediate to warm temperatures. The potting soil should consist of 2 parts peat moss to 2 parts loam to 1 part sand. Keep the soil moist for optimum growth. Fertilize monthly with a balanced fertilizer. Plants should be pruned regularly to maintain a desired size, some branches may reach 6 to 8 ft long. Pruning also helps keep an abundance of flowers, since flowers are produce on new wood

 

Filipinlerin ulusal çiçeği olan Ful egzotik ve tropik bir herdem yeşil çalı. Ancak soğukta yaprak döküyor.Akdeniz ve Ege şartlarında dış mekanda, diğer bölgelerimizde ise kaplı fidan olarak kışın içeriye almak suretiyle yetiştirilebilir.Akdeniz ve Ege'de de sert kışlardan korumak gerekir. Bizde katmerli türleri bilinir.

National flower of the Philippines

Arabischer Jasmin - Arabian Jasmine (Jasminum sambac) - Жасмин самбак (Арабский жасмин)

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Tiny stars of white flowers, divine fragrance - my fave window plant and... traditional tea aromatizer :-)

View On Black

 

It was a treat to see a sampaguita yesterday (here in Kuwait) so i just grab my camera and took one shot. This flower has been integrated with the filipino culture especially for devout catholics. It reminded of my lola who would always buy a garland for our sto.nino.

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from wiki:

 

Jasminum sambac (syn. Nyctanthes sambac) is a species of jasmine native to southwestern and southern Asia, in the Philippines, India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka.

 

In the Philippines the flower is known as sampaguita and was adopted by the government as its national flower in 1937. Filipinos string the flowers into leis, corsages and crowns and distill its oils and sell them in stores, streets, and outside churches. The garlands may be used to welcome guests, or as an offering or adornment in religious altars. Its oil is believed to be a cure for headache.

 

CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II

Exposure0.01 sec (1/100)

Aperturef/2.5

Focal Length50 mm

ISO Speed 100

Jasminum sambac, the Arabian Jasmine, whose flowers are used to flavour jasmine tea

Pret:150lei

 

Cantitate: 80 ml

   

Aparut in anul: 2010

   

Descriere:

   

1 Million este unul dintre cele mai populare parfumuri lansate în ultimii ani. După ediţia pentru bărbaţi, versiunea femei inspirata de aur şi bogăţie era de aşteptat. La doi ani după ediţie de bărbaţi, în cele din urmă apare parfumul de dama - million Lady! Putem presupune doar în cazul în care această doamnă vrea să câştige milioane sau arata ca un milion de dolari. Flacoanul de la Million Lady este în ton cu compoziţie şi tema acestei ediţii. În loc de lingouri de aur, flaconul parfumului pentru femei este conceput ca un diamant cu aur. Numai diamantul poate concura cu aurul, asa ca Lady milioane de euro este companionul perfect. Compoziţia introduce nectar florale, note de lamaie, zmeura, neroli, floare de portocal, iasomie sambac, gardenie, patchouli si miere. Parfumul a fost creat de parfumierii Anne Flipo, Beatrice Piquet şi Dominique Ropion. Designer-ul flacoanului de lux este Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance. Parfumul este disponibil EDP 80ml.

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One of the most fragrant flowers in the world, has become synonymous with the monsoon in the tropics.

 

Nomenclature confusions abound because of the wide variations in petal and leaf structures and the same cultivar being called by different names in different parts of the same country.

The following 3 major distinctly different cultivars have been identified,

 

Belle Of India

Maid Of Orleans

Grand Duke Of Tuscany

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MAJOR JASMINE VARIETIES

Jasmine Asiatic - Trachelospermum asiaticum

Jasmine Carolina - Gelsemium sempervirens

Jasmine Confederate - Trachelospermum jasminoides

Jasmine Crepe / Pinwheel Jasmine - Trachelospermum divaricata

Jasmine Crepe 'Flore Peno' - Trachelospermum divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Jasmine Downy - Jasminum pubescens / Jasminum multiflorum

Jasmine Gold Coast = Jasminum ilicifolium

Jasmine Lakeview - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Night Blooming - Cestrum nocturnum

Jasmine Orange - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Pink - Jasminum polyanthum

Jasmine Pinwheel - Tabernaemontana divaricata

Jasmine Primrose - Jasminium mesnyl

Jasmine Rex - Royal Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - Arabian Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - 'Grand Duke of Tuscany'

Jasminum sambac - 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasmine Shining - Jasminium nitidum

Jasmine Showy - Jasminum floridum

Jasmine Star - Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Star'

Jasmine Wax - Jasminum simplicifolium / Jasminum volubile

Jasmine Winter - Jasminum nudiflorum

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A day old flower is showing signs of wilting.

Jasminum sambac cv 'Grand Duke Of Tuscany"

Family Oleaceae

The Ghosh Grove, Rockledge, Florida, USA.

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For more on Arabian Jasmine;

toptropicals.com/html/toptropicals/articles/shrubs/jasmin...

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Jasminum sambac is a small shrub or vine growing up to 0.5 to 3 m (1.6 to 9.8 ft) in height. It is widely cultivated for its attractive and sweetly fragrant flowers. The flowers are also used for perfumes and for making tea. It is known as the Arabian jasmine in English.

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This is known also by the following names;

 

Crape Jasmine

Indian Carnation Flower

Double White Gardenia

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MAJOR JASMINE VARIETIES:

Jasmine Asiatic - Trachelospermum asiaticum

Jasmine Carolina - Gelsemium sempervirens

Jasmine Confederate - Trachelospermum jasminoides

Jasmine Crepe / Pinwheel Jasmine - Trachelospermum divaricata

Jasmine Crepe 'Flore Peno' - Trachelospermum divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Jasmine Downy - Jasminum pubescens / Jasminum multiflorum

Jasmine Gold Coast = Jasminum ilicifolium

Jasmine Lakeview - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Night Blooming - Cestrum nocturnum

Jasmine Orange - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Pink - Jasminum polyanthum

Jasmine Pinwheel - Tabernaemontana divaricata

Jasmine Primrose - Jasminium mesnyl

Jasmine Rex - Royal Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - Arabian Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - 'Grand Duke of Tuscany'

Jasminum sambac - 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasmine Shining - Jasminium nitidum

Jasmine Showy - Jasminum floridum

Jasmine Star - Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Star'

Jasmine Wax - Jasminum simplicifolium / Jasminum volubile

Jasmine Winter - Jasminum nudiflorum

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From left to right: yesterday's bloom, today's bloom and a bud for tomorrow.

Tabernaemontana divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Family Apocynaceae

Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA.

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One of my fav flowers over one of my fav colours.... :) back to flickr after a longggg time... :)

 

♫ ♫ Dark Blue... :)

www.dietwellnessplan.com/item/10628/shakira-by-shakira-ea....

A Sensual, Bright And Feminine Fragrance That Fits Into The Oriental Freshness Scent Range. An Exotic Freshness That Reflects Shakiras Spontaneity, Her Joy And Her Lively Spirit, And Her Exotic Side. With A Fruity Floral Note That Gives The Fragrance Warmth And Transparency. Top Note Citrus From Italy, Peach And Passion Fruit Chord Middle Note Sambac Jasmine And Gardenia, Cinnamon Base Note Sandalwood, Vanilla And Amber Note, Musk Made In Mexico

From Vietnam - chị Yến ( my bro 's wife)

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Hypnôse là loại nước hoa thứ 50th của hãng Lancôme. Để chào mừng sự kiện ấy, hãng đã mời siêu mẫu sáng giá người Canada Daria Werbowy làm hình ảnh đại diện cho sản phẩm này. Mang màu thạch anh tím xanh và được đựng trong chiếc lọ bị "vặn xoáy", tựa như chiếc áo kimono của Nhật, Hypnôse tạo ra sức gợi cảm đáng kinh ngạc. Nó mang tới một mùi hương rực rỡ đầy nắng ấm cùng sự hòa quện của tinh chất gỗ - vani với hoa lạc tiên.

 

Bạn sẽ ngạc nhiên ngay từ giây phút đầu thoáng thấy hương thơm vani và cỏ Vetiver trong hỗn hợp mùi thơm của Hypnôse. Hoa lạc tiên cùng hoa lài Sambac đem tới cho bạn một cảm giác thật mới lạ. Đây chính là sự sáng tạo của hai chuyên gia nước hoa Annick Menardo và Thierry Wasser.

 

Nhóm hương: Chypre

 

Mùi hương đặc trưng:

Hoa lạc tiên, Hoa lài Sambac, Mùi hương ấm áp, Cỏ Vetiver, Vani.

 

Phong cách:

Gợi cảm, bất ngờ.

 

Năm Phát hành: 2005

Thierry Mugler Alien Perfume - smells great on my friend, but not on me (I perfer oriental smells)

 

Fragrance Family

Floral-woody

Fragrance Note

A rich floral woody amber containing jasmine sambac, cashmeran wood and white amber

 

For 116 Pictures in 2016: #33/116 Alien

Nee ik phul motiay da maar k jaga sohniye. (O beautiful, hit me with a jasmine flower so i can come out of your dreams) :)

 

About this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jasminum_sambac

It's not easy to decide whether this plant should be in the living room, where one can document every stage of its opening, or in the balcony where it will get the continuous rain. This is a compromise: in for the photos, at the "watering hole" the rest of the time.

 

The mogra (jasmine) is a traditional Indian garden plant, and like all such, produces a lovely smell.

Known also by the following names;

 

Crape Jasmine

Indian Carnation Flower

Double White Gardenia

 

Note: This is different from the 5-petal Pinwheel Jasmine (Tabernaemontana divaricata), known widely in India as 'Tagar'.

www.flickr.com/photos/3point141/5478072014/

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MAJOR JASMINE VARIETIES

Jasmine Asiatic - Trachelospermum asiaticum

Jasmine Carolina - Gelsemium sempervirens

Jasmine Confederate - Trachelospermum jasminoides

Jasmine Crepe / Pinwheel Jasmine - Trachelospermum divaricata

Jasmine Crepe 'Flore Peno' - Trachelospermum divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Jasmine Downy - Jasminum pubescens / Jasminum multiflorum

Jasmine Gold Coast = Jasminum ilicifolium

Jasmine Lakeview - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Night Blooming - Cestrum nocturnum

Jasmine Orange - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Pink - Jasminum polyanthum

Jasmine Pinwheel - Tabernaemontana divaricata

Jasmine Primrose - Jasminium mesnyl

Jasmine Rex - Royal Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - Arabian Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - 'Grand Duke of Tuscany'

Jasminum sambac - 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasmine Shining - Jasminium nitidum

Jasmine Showy - Jasminum floridum

Jasmine Star - Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Star'

Jasmine Wax - Jasminum simplicifolium / Jasminum volubile

Jasmine Winter - Jasminum nudiflorum

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A pair in full bloom.

Tabernaemontana divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Family Apocynaceae

Private residence, Merritt Island, Florida, USA.

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life is beautiful

Jasminum Sambac - Maid of Orleans, Arabian Jasmine

 

In my lil garden

 

No Multi-group invites or large glitter graphics please!

Mon Jasmin Noir, az új Bulgari illat. A többek között sambac jázmin és gyöngyvirág kivonatú parfüm a jövő hónapi nemzetközi debütálás előtt, exkluzív elérhető a Nordstorm bevásárlóközpontokból.... tovább a luxus galériára

In July 2007, I went home to attend my best friend Emy's Filipiniana-inspired wedding. For her bouquet, she opted to have white and fragrant sampaguita flowers wrapped in loosely-woven abaca fiber (locally known as sinamay).

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopdia. Jasminum sambac (syn. Nyctanthes sambac) is a species of jasmine native to southern Asia, in India, Philippines, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Common names include Arabian Jasmine, Mogra (Hindi and Marathi), Mallikā (Sanskrit), Kampupot, Melati (Malay and Indonesian Language), Sampaguita (Filipino), Mallepuvvu (Telugu), Mallikaipu (Tamil), Mallige (Kannada) and Kaliyan (Urdu).

 

It is the national flower of the Philippines, adopted by its government in 1937. In the Philippines, the flowers are gathered and strung into leis, corsages and crowns or its oils distilled and sold in stores, streets, and outside churches. The garlands may be used to welcome guests, or as an offering or adornment in religious altars.

 

It is also known that this flower was once used as a cure for a headache in the Philippines. Besides the Philippines, it is also the national flower of Indonesia, which was adopted by Indonesian government in 1990 along with Moon Orchid (Phalaenopsis amabilis) and Rafflesia arnoldii. In Indonesia, the flower symbolizes purity, eternal love and nobility. It also symbolizes the beauty of a girl. The flower is commonly used in religious or cultural ceremony especially in Java and Bali. It is nicknamed puspa bangsa (nation flower or people flower) by the government.

 

In Bengali, the flower is known as "beli" and is extremely popular for its sweet fragrance. It is used to make garlands to adorn women's hair.

 

In Hawaii, the flower is known as "pikake", and is used to make fragrant leis. In South India, jasmines are strung into thick strands and worn as a hair adornment. In China, the flower is processed and used as the main ingredient in jasmine tea.

 

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Jasminum sambac

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Design House Vera Wang Year Introduced 2006 Fragrance Notes Orange Flower Petals, Tangerine, Water Lily, Woods, Musk Moroccan Rose, Jasmine Sambac, Green Ivy, Apricot Skin, Amber Recommended Use Casual

Newly hatched Tipaklong (Tag.) or Grasshopper babies I found today on leaves of Jasminum Arabicum (?)/Sambac (Sampaguita).

Harajuku lovers fragrance - this is my best perfume ever! I love it!

 

G, (the first letter of Gwen's name) is a modern and lively scent, created by Steve Demercado. It features mandarin, fresh coconut, and apple peel in the top, jasmine sambac, freesia and magnolia in the heart, and coconut cream, white sandalwood and cottonwoods.

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Pinwheel Jasmines blooming in a bush.

Tabernaemontana divaricata

Family Apocynaceae

Botanical Garden, Univ. Of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA.

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Known by the following names;

 

Crepe Jasmine

Crape Jasmine

Pinwheel Jasmine

Tagar

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Note: This is different from the Crepe Jasmine 'Flore Pleno' (Tabernaemontana divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno).

www.flickr.com/photos/3point141/5474854349/

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MAJOR JASMINE VARIETIES

Jasmine Asiatic - Trachelospermum asiaticum

Jasmine Carolina - Gelsemium sempervirens

Jasmine Confederate - Trachelospermum jasminoides

Jasmine Crepe / Pinwheel Jasmine - Trachelospermum divaricata

Jasmine Crepe 'Flore Peno' - Trachelospermum divaricata cv 'Flore Pleno'

Jasmine Downy - Jasminum pubescens / Jasminum multiflorum

Jasmine Gold Coast = Jasminum ilicifolium

Jasmine Lakeview - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Night Blooming - Cestrum nocturnum

Jasmine Orange - Murraya paniculata

Jasmine Pink - Jasminum polyanthum

Jasmine Pinwheel - Tabernaemontana divaricata

Jasmine Primrose - Jasminium mesnyl

Jasmine Rex - Royal Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - Arabian Jasmine

Jasminum sambac - 'Grand Duke of Tuscany'

Jasminum sambac - 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasmine Shining - Jasminium nitidum

Jasmine Showy - Jasminum floridum

Jasmine Star - Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Star'

Jasmine Wax - Jasminum simplicifolium / Jasminum volubile

Jasmine Winter - Jasminum nudiflorum

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