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Jasmine Flower








Jasmine is a well-know flower throughout the world. Belonging to the
olive family Oleaceae, it represents the genus Jasminum.



Having about 200 species, the flower inhabits in the tropical and warm
climate regions of the Europe, Asia, and Africa. These attractive
blooms are worn by females in their hair in the regions of southern and
southeast Asia.



Its stems are slender, trailing and green-colored. Jasmine's deep-green
leaves can be either evergreen or fall in   autumn (it depends on the
species).


The majority of the Jasmine species have white flowers with the size of
about 1 inch. However one can come across jasmines in yellow color as
well.


The blooming time of the plant is in such seasons as summer or spring.
It usually flowers half a year after being planted.


   
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