Flower Garden – Part V – The Jasmine Trio

Mogra - Jasminum Sambac

Jasmines are must have for any Garden. There are a wide variety of flowers that come under the category of Jasmines. This blog post will feature the first 3 in the lot that are most essential for any Garden.

Jasminum sambac – Mogra

Jasminum grandiflorum – Chameli

Jasminum grandiflorum - Chameli

Flowers at Reema's Garden

Jasminum auriculatum – Juhi

Jasminum auriculatum - Juhi

Flowers at Reema's garden

Jasmines need lot of sunlight and lot of compost. They are available both as vines and shrub. Choose a variety that fits into your requirement. For example, if you’re looking to fence them around the plants, choose a vine variety.

These plants grow very fast. They have beautiful small white fragrant flowers. They mostly bloom in the evenings. So if you return home from work at evenings, these are must haves as they make your garden experience complete.

They are available in single and double petal options and also in lot of hybrid varieties.

So go get these now. Many different varieties of Jasmines coming up soon.

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13 thoughts on “Flower Garden – Part V – The Jasmine Trio

  1. We have jasmine at our front porch ! here in the US , it flowers only in spring. the scent is fantastic ! My mother calls it sampaguita, and is the national flower in the Philippines.

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    1. Wow.. So good to know that 🙂 🙂 🙂 .. However far we are … we are still connected with these little flowers!! I came to know about sampaguita when Imelda commented 🙂 Thank You so much Renxkyoko for stopping by and commenting 🙂

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