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.
Jasmines are widely used as the gardening flowers, house plants, and cut flowers. The flowers are highly appreciated for their fragrance. That is why a lot of their species are used in the manufacture of perfumes and incense. By the way, Jasmine flower buds are more fragrant than its blossoms.