Jasmine is a type of flower plant in the olive family (Oleaceae). Jasmine is popular for the specific fragrance of its flower. It is a native plant of tropical and subtropical regions. Indian Jasmine is cultivated mainly in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Western Ghats and Southern India. Jasmine has a different name in different language. It is known as Juhi in Hindi, Jui in Bengali, Usimalligai in Tamil etc. and it holds an important value in Indian culture.
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Jasmines are widely cultivated in Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania. There are around 200 species of Jasmine found in nature, only one of the 200 species is native to Europe. The variety of Jasmine species was founded in South Asia and Southeast Asia. In Mediterranean Europe, several jasmine species have become naturalized, for example Spanish jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) was available in West Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Northeast Africa, and East Africa, and now it is adopted the nature of the Iberian Peninsula.
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