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  • Jasmine is a small white flower with a pleasant fragrance. Jasmine is used as a decorative flower for all occasions. Indian women wear this flower on their hair. It is weaved in length with the help of a thread.

  • Jasmine flowers are generally white, although some species have yellow flowers. Unlike most genera in the Oleaceae which have four corolla lobes ("petals"), jasmines often have five or six lobes. They are often strongly and sweetly scented. Flowering is in spring or summer in most species, some communities use this flower to cover the face of the bridegrooms. 

  • Jasmine is grown and marketed in various parts of the country.


  • Jasmine can be cultivated in wide range of soils i.e., from sandy loam to clay soils. However, it comes up well in well drained rich sandy loam soils. The ideal conditions for successful cultivation are warm summer with ample water supply and sunny days.

  • The process for cultivation include land Preparation and Planting, Irrigation, Manuring, Inter Cultural Operations, Pruning, Plant Protection , Season of flowering and harvesting.


  • Cosmetic Uses : Jasmine is extensively used in soaps, perfumes, toiletries and various cosmetic products particularly high-class floral and oriental fragrances. Jasmine oil can also be used in products aimed at a dry, greasy, irritated or sensitive skin due to its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties 
  • Medicinally Jasmine oil can be used to help treat muscular spasms and sprains and also help problems like depression, nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions.


  • Varieties of jasmine from the State have won the Geographical Identification (GI) tag. This is indeed a positive development which will further enhance their brand value and commercial returns both at home and in foreign markets. Due to the GI tag there will be more support to jasmine growers both financially and otherwise.Since jasmine can be cultivated all year round, traditionally it grows in more numbers than that of rose and anthurium. However, it has strictly been confined to the domestic market, and used during festive occasions and for making garlands for temples deities.
  • GI tag jasmine farmers too can avail of financial assistance for rejuvenation under the National Horticulture Mission. It may be noted that the traditional flowers from our country require international recognition. Flowers such as jasmine have great potential and hence need to be highlighted in the international arena

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