National flower of Pakistan
- Flower nameJasminum officinale
- Scientific nameJasminum officinale
- AliasJasmin, ジャスミン, 素馨, common jasmine, poet's jasmine, white jasmine, コモンジャスミン
- Place of originIndia
- Place of floweringGarden, Greenhouse
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August
What is Jasminum officinale
Jasminum officinale (scientific name: Jasminum officinale) is a shrub in the family Moraceae, genus Sokei, native to India. It is one species of jasmine. It produces small white aromatic flowers from summer to autumn. The flowers are tubular, with four or five lobes at the tip, and bloom in a flattened position.
After the flowers, the berries ripen to a purple color. The flowers are used in perfumes and jasmine tea.
Common name: Jasminum officinale, Scientific name: Jasminum officinale, aka: common jasmine, jasmine , jessamine , poet's jasmine , summer jasmine , white jasmine, Origin: India, (Pakistan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Africa), tree height: 0.5 to 5m, leaf shape: odd feathered compound leaves, lobule: egg shape, flowering stage: May to November, flower shape: tubular, flower diameter:3 cm, corolla length: 1.5 to 2 cm, flower color: white, male number: 2, use: perfume, garden tree, houseplant, herbal medicine.