Sunday, April 16, 2017

Jasmine

Jasmine belongs to the family Oleaceae, order Oleales and genus Jasminum. Jasmine is climbing, trailing, and erect shrubby flowering plant and there are both deciduous and evergreen species. The smell of the Jasmine flower is particular strong in the evening. It also opens its blossoms not in the morning, like so many other flowers, but in the evening.

Jasmine is a perennial crop and it remains in the field for 10 to 15 years, hence careful and proper field preparation is essential. Jasmine can be grown in a variety of climate and soils. Generally it prefers mils tropical climate for proper growth and flowering.
Mild winter, warm summer, moderate rainfall and sunny days are ideal climatic requirement. Loamy garden ails are best suite for cultivation of all species and varieties.

In India and Arabia different species of Jasmine are made the emblem of all that is sweet and elegant. In Turkey, Persia and Egypt, they are no less esteemed. On the countries, of Italy, France, Spain, England, and Tuscany, they are among the choicest climbers.
Jasmine
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