- Flower nameRoyal jasmine
- Scientific nameJasmimum nobile
- AliasJasmimum nobile, 暹羅素馨, ロイヤルジャスミン, Royal jasmine, Rex jasmimin, Melor
- Place of origin India, Thailand and China
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonJanuary, October, November, December
What is Royal jasmine
Royal jasmine (scientific name: Jasmimum nobile) is a semi cold-resistant vulnerable evergreen shrub of the Oleaceae family native to India, Thailand and China. The vine length will be 2 to 3 m. The leaves are elliptical and there are three parallel veins on the surface. Short disperse inflorescences from the axils and 2 to 3 funnel shaped white flowers bloom. The bud is pink. The florets are deeply ruptured at the tip and flat. The largest flowers in the genus Sokai are blooming and flower diameters become 6 to 8 cm. Unfortunately, there is no fragrance like Matsurica.
Common name: Royal jasmine, scientific name: Jasmimum nobile, aka: Jasmimum rex, Rex jasmimin, Royal jasmine, Melor, Melatiraja, Origin: Indian, Thai, Chinese, Living type: evergreen shrub, vine length: 200 - 300 cm, leaf shape: oval, leaf length: 10 to 12 cm, Leaf width: 6 to 8 cm,leaf margin: entire, leaf order: opposite, inflorescence form: 2 to 3 flower arrangement to disperse inflorescence, flower shape: funnel shape, tip 8 depth, flower diameter: 6 cm, flower color: white, flower attachment method: single, flowering period: annual flowering (in Japan, greenhouse in October to January in bloom), use: garden plant, potted plant, fruit type: fruit color, fruit color: black .