Flowers foster close relationships and improve our ability to connect with loved ones. One of Asia’s most exquisite and fragrant flowering plants is the juhi.
A kind of jasmine that belongs to the Oleaceae family is called Jasminum auriculatum. It is a beautiful, small, climbing, bushy plant with simple, ovate, dark green, small leaves and powdery, satin-white flowers that are usually fragrant and solitary but more frequently in cymose clusters of three to many, with two stamens and a two-loculated ovary with one to four erect ovaries.
- Primarily utilized as fragrant decorative flowers.
- For religious offerings, garlands, bouquets, and veni are made with flowers and buds.
- Additionally, they are employed in the creation of attar and scented hair oils.