Arabian jasmine

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Synonyms for Arabian jasmine

East Indian evergreen vine cultivated for its profuse fragrant white flowers

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There are notes of bitter orange with a touch of raspberry, a burst of neroli and a combination of Arabian jasmine, underlined by gardenia with the notes of patchouli and honey.
The place is a small village of Bustan in Muscat and Khalfan Saif, his wife, son and a male worker are busy plucking the fragrant Arabian jasmine from the plants strewn all around his small farm tucked away at a corner.
Studies show that there are many hereditary plant sources in the local environment in the Arab region such as the Damascene rose and the white and Arabian jasmine in Syria in addition to the basil in Syria and Lebanon and other species of plants spreading all over the Arab World.
It's a delightful blend of lotus, Arabian jasmine and vanilla blossom and smells divine.
Finally, Arabian jasmine (Jasminum sambac) should be considered for container planting.
Try the intensely fragrant Jasmine polyanthum, or Arabian jasmine (J.
The source is a small vine, Arabian jasmine, growing at the top of the wall, just above some benches.
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