What is another word for jasminum?

4 synonyms found


[ d͡ʒˈazmɪnəm], [ d‍ʒˈazmɪnəm], [ dʒ_ˈa_z_m_ɪ_n_ə_m]

Jasminum is a Latin term used to describe the fragrant, ornamental shrubs and vines belonging to the Jasminum plant genus. There are numerous synonyms for the word Jasminum, depending on the plant species and its geographical location. Some of the common synonyms include white jasmine, Arabian jasmine, Indian jasmine, Italian jasmine, and Spanish jasmine. The odoriferous flowers of Jasminum plants are widely used for making perfumes, lotions, and essential oils. The plant's leaves, roots, and bark also possess medicinal properties and are used in traditional medicines around the world. Jasminum has a rich cultural history and is a beloved flower in various regions, often used for religious and cultural ceremonies.

Related words: jasmine plant, plant jasmine, jasmine flower, japanese jasmine, jasmine tea, jasmine oil

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    Jasminum (jasmine) is a genus of about 200 species of flowering plants in the family Oleaceae, subfamily Oleoideae. It is a monocot, with a single species, jasminum officinale, native to the eastern Mediterranean region and the southwestern Asia. The genus is subdivided into several species groups, including the common jasmine (J. officinale),東京紅葉 (J. chinense), and Arabian jasmine (J. arabicum). There are also many garden varieties and cultivars, selected for their scent.

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