Jasminummultiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews, Bot. Repos. 8: t. 496 1807. (syn. Jasminumcongestum Buch.-Ham.; Jasminumgracillimum Hook.f.; Jasminummultiflorum f. pubescens (Retz.) Bakh.f.; Jasminumpubescens (Retz.) Willd.; Mogoriummultiflorum (Burm.f.) Lam.; Mogoriumpubescens (Retz.) Lam.; Nyctanthesmultiflora Burm.f.; Nyctanthespubescens Retz.);
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downy jasmine, Indian jasmine, musk jasmine, star jasmine, winter jasmineAssamese: ¿ খৰিকা জাঁই khorika jai ? • Bengali: চামেলি chameli, কুঁদ kundaGujarati: મોગરો mogroHindi: ¿ बलिनी balini ?, बन मालती ban malati, कुंद kunda, पालिन्द palind, दलाढक daladhak, दलकोश dal-kosh, दन्तपत्त्रक danta-patraka, जंगली चमेली jangali chameliKannada: ದೊಡ್ಡ ಕಾಡು ಮಲ್ಲಿಗೆ dodda kaadu mallige, ಕಸ್ತೂರಿ ಮಲ್ಲಿಗೆ kasturi mallige, ಮಾಗಿ ಮಲ್ಲಿಗೆ maagi malligeKashmiri: कुलिमु kulyumu, कुन्दम् kundamKonkani: रान मोगरी ran mogriMalayalam: കുന്ദം kundam, കുരുണ kurunaManipuri: কুন্দো kundoMarathi: कुंद kunda, रान मोगरा ran mograOriya: ଦଳ କୋଷ dala kosha, ଦନ୍ତ ପତ୍ରକ danta patraka, ¿ ଦନ୍ତପୁଷ୍ପ dantapushpa ?, କରାଳ karala, କୁନ୍ଦ kunda, ମାଘ୍ଯ maghya, ତପସ୍ଯ tapasyaSanskrit: अट्टहासक attahasaka, दलाढक daladhaka, कुन्द kunda, माघ्य maghya, मनोहर manohara, मुक्तापुष्प muktapuspa, पालिन्द palinda, तपस्य tapasya, वोरट vorataTamil: கஸ்தூரிமல்லிகை kasturi-mallikai, மகரந்தமல்லிகை makaranta-mallikaiTelugu: కుందము kundamu, మొల్ల mollaTibetan: kun de;
JAZ-mih-num — Latinized form of Persian nameDave’s Botanary
mul-tih-FLOR-um — many floweredDave’s Botanary
The stems and leaves are covered with a downy pubescence (and hence the name) that gives the plant an overall grayish-green appearance.

Jasmine once again – indiantreepix | Google Groups : 2 images.
Jasminum pubescens– Bengali- Kunda
Another favourite of Tagore, has been mentioned over dozens of songs and poems.
Shantiniketan, 3rd Dec. 2007



Id these flowers please – indiantreepix | Google Groups : (mixed thread): 1 correct image.
The first one appears to be a lily. but which one? Is the second one yellow trumpet flower. In Arunachal Pradesh

third one looks like Kund.

the third is KundaJusticia multiflorum/ pubescens.


Jasminum multiflorum:
Sending photos of Jasminum multiflorum (Burm. f.) Ander. taken at Pantnagar, Uttarakhand
Climber amongst bushes near water streams

–  the flowers emit a very strong aroma and I am working on essential oil profile of this species


Valmiki has mentioned about KUNDA flower in his Ramayan. In sanskrit and bangla literature an adjective KUNDADANTINI is used to emphasise the beauty of the teeth of a girl. Scientifically this plant is known as Jasminum multiflorum ( syn Jasminum pubescens ). Attaching an image of the flower. You may like it.


Taken at a plant nursery in Nasik, Maharashtra on the 28th of Feb, 2011.
Have seen the other common variety with white flowers….but these
buds were pink in color.

yes is kund. Kund flower can be white or rusty red.

I know it is Kunda, wanted the botanical name for it.

Jasminum pubescens and J. pubescens ‘Rubescesns’.




Another Jasmine or Kunda taken at Nasik.
These flowers are little bigger than the earlier one.
Cultivated, taken on 9/4/09 and 24/2/11.

every Jasmin is not kunda.
the one you have posted is Nevali.
Previous one os Kakada.
some are Jai, Jui, Mogara, Sayali, Madanban, etc.

I too think Jasminum multiflorum/Downy Jasmine

Agree with …. It is kund.


Taken in our home garden at Nasik on 8/5/07 and 16/7/08.
A cultivated plant.
Kunda in Marathi but wanted the correct id.

Looks like star jasmine : Jasminum multiflorum.  kakada hoovu in kannada(?)

Yes I too go with Jasminum multiflorum is a species of jasmine <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jasmine>,
in the family Oleaceae <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oleaceae>.

A native of India, Kundo (in Bengali) is known as in English as Downy Jasmine, and Star Jasmine. Winter Jasmine, Indian Jasmine,
It flowers in Indian<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India> winter.
It is also called Magha Mallika (Sanskrit <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanskrit>) since it flowers in Magha <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magha_(month)> winter month in the Indian Hindu calendar <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu_Calendar>.
It flowers so much that sometimes the flowers cover most of the leaves leaving everything white Synonyms
The stems and leaves are covered with a downy pubescence (and hence the name) that gives the plant an overall grayish-green appearance. Jasminum pubescens/ Jasminum gracillimum / Jasminum bifarium

It is J. multiflorum also known as J. pubescens. It is a shrub. Jasmine is both shrub and creeper. Chameli is creeper, and motia is shrub, although I have seen motia changing into a creeper.

I had attempted a write-up on Jasmines sometime back
The link is: Anandkbhatt

attaching a pic showing the three different flowers in discussion and what I feel about them. … I hope I am correct. In the pics posted by me the buds do have a deep pink stalk but once they bloom the stalk is green with a pinkish tinge, secondly the flower has more petals which are thinner than J Malabaricum .
Really wonderful write up by you on Jasmines. For so many days I wanted to know what is Jui (in Marathi) called in English, what is wild Jasmine called in Marathi. But I am confused about differentiating motia from mogra till
now I would call all of them Mogra.Thanks once again


Jasmine pictures taken on 13/2/12 in Delhi.
Cultivated, garden bushes.
ID please.

कुन्द Jasminum multiflorum



Flora of Chandigarh: Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews from Govt College Chandigarh:  4 images.
Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews from Govt College Chandigarh
pls validate

Nice collections … By the way, if you wish to see the Jasmines then you should go to TBGRI, Trivandrum. They have huge collection of multiple species of Jasminum there.

Looks like Jasminum multiflorum for me

plant id request:  plant in wild, sited northern ridge delhi…..

Jasminum multiflorum (Oleaceae)

Yes Jasminum multiflorum Agree with …



Please Id the flowers: 1 image.
This picture was taken last month in the compound of Taj Mahal Agra India.
This small bush about 5 feet tall is flowering profusely in winter months.
May I request you all to please ID the plant.

Looks like Jasminum multiflorum to me. Not 100% sure though.

Yes to me it is Jasminum multiflorum (Oleaceae).


Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews (?) from Assam :  Attachments (10). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Attached images may be Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews. Please validate
Date :14.11.2013 & 17.11.13
Location: Kamrup district, Assam
Family :Oleaceae
Genus & species : Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews (?)
Habitat: Grows as garden plant
Habit : Straggling shrub

I reiterate that this is Jasminum multiflorum
Please see the following paper
Seema G Gopal & K N Nair 2002. Taxonomic notes on two species of Jasminum Linn (Oleaceae) from south India. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 26: 128-132.

It is Jasminum multiflorum. Syn. Jasminum pubescens.



PLANTS MENTIONED BY RABINDRANATH TAGORE IN SONGS ( KUNDA -1 ) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).
Attaching an image of KUNDA on which an appropriate song by Rabindranath Tagore is printed.

Wonderful, …



Flowering shrub?/ABDEC32 : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
This shrub with very pretty white flowers made part of a hedge of a village house I passed on my drive.
I do not know what it is. Please advise.
Dharamshala, HP
21 December 2014

jasmine sp

Thank you … A quick online search for Jasmine shows my specimen to be closer to Jasminum multiflorum. However, I do not see images of the branches with lighter leaf buds anywhere on the Internet. Please advise.

right of the top of my head I don’t recall

will think about it and if something pops up will let you know….

To me it is Jasminum multiflorum (syn name Jasminum pubescens).

I knew … would know … he has a large collection of the jasmines from various parts of the county
A few days ago on a whim I had requested … to compile a set of his large collection of the jasmines because often they are most commonly seen and admired plants  and most commonly mistakenly ided…  He has very graciously told me he will given some time, will do just that…
…:   That light green color of the young leaves may be a sharp contrast to the older darker (?grimier?) leaves… … and not a special identifying feature. I am not sure what does that pointed end to the white petals mean? local phenomenon or wintery defense?
serendipity will find us the answers unless somebody has really studied these …

Thank you …. You are right. The lighter leaves may very well be the young ones. Though the older, darker leaves were not grimy if I remember correctly.



Jan2015sk08 – Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)
This is garden species. Not much scented.

yes it is


Jasmin for ID from Delhi : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)- 1 Mb
Please identify the Jasmin plant in the  photo. It is from a temple from Badarpur Mehrauli Rd. New Delhi. Here Malies call it Dela. It blooms during winter. It’s flowers are white and it has no fragrance.

Probably Jasminum multiflorum


The Jasmin for ID : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)- 1 Mb.
Another photo of the same plant.

From another thread:
“Probably Jasminum multiflorum” from …
I support him.



Jasminum For ID : Mumbai : 30JAN17 : AK-20 : 10 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Jasminum Species seen in a cultivated garden in Mumbai on 1st Jan,17.
For Species id please.

Could be Jasminum multiflorum?

Thanks, …, for the Id. To me also it appears close to images at Jasminum multiflorum

To me it seems to be Jasminum pubescens (Syn. Jasminum multiflorum (HAIRY JASMINE).
In Bangla it is known as KUND (KUND-DANTINI = one whose teeth are as white as KUND).

For me it is J.Sombuc.

Thanks … Your suggested id is Bela or Mogra. These are very well known to me.
These appear to be Kund or Kunda as suggested by …


[efloraofindia:32490] please ID this wild jasmine : Attachments (3). 10 posts by 5 authors.
I am forwarding it second time for identification with some more pictures I hope some body would know what kind of jasmine is it. It grows wild in the dried river beds of kanha in month of Feburary. It is a large shrub with opposite leaves & flowers are full of sweet fragrance.

Looks close to Jasminum nitidum, but I’ll defer to local experts.

I think I will go with … this plant is Jasminum nitidum !!

I have seen this plant in Matheran. No idea which Jasminum sp.

I think this is Rose Bud Jasmine, also known as Everblooming Jasmine, Gold Coast Jasmine
Bot. name: Jasminum dichotomum
Native to Africa

You may well be correct.
J. dichotomum is a weed in South Florida, USA. Leaves here are typically a much lighter green than those in … photos though, possibly due to nutrient deficiency on the extremely alkaline soil? It is a fairly strong scrambler, often smothering other vegetation. Flowers are considerably smaller than J. nitidum and have a different fragrance.

The buds of J. nitidum are long and slender, different from what is seen in … pictures. What surprises me is that J. dichotomum is not common as a garden plant here, but still seems to have escaped cultivation in Kanha.

Does J. nitidum set seed locally there? I’ve never seen any fruits on it in Florida or California, probably one of the reasons it is a recommended species here. I don’t know if it is sterile (seems unlikely) or has a specific pollinator not found in the US?
J. dichotomum sets seeds copiously here in Florida, undoubtedly contributing to its weed status.

…, no idea whether J. nitidum sets seed here. Again, not a very common garden plant here.
About J. dichotomum, if an African native can become a weed in Florida, it could also be capable of naturalizing in India. … has seen it growing in Maharashtra.

I would strongly suggest monitoring J. dichotomum there. It appears to be bee-pollinated (we have few other pollinators likely to do the job; perhaps hummingbirds as well?) and sets copious seed that local birds here apparently eat/distribute. With the very healthy foliage there, I’d say that the plant is well-adapted to local conditions.

I think close to images at Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews


Climber ID from Bangladesh SM162 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).
Habit: Climber
Habitat: Wild
Flowering: April
Location: Khustia


Jasminum is sure

May be Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per images and details herein.


SK1642 13 Dec 2018 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)- around 550 kb each.
Location Gyaneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Elevation :  4500 ft.
Date 4 January 2018
Habit : Cultivated
Jasminum nervosum Lour. ??

To me looks different from images at

Pl. check comparative images at Jasminum as it looks different from your suggested species.

To me appears close to images at Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per comparative images at Jasminum

Yes …!


SK 2221 13 October 2019 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)- 1, 1, 2 & 2 mb.
Location: Chalnakhel, kathmandu, Nepal
Altitude: 1570 m.
Date: 14 September  2019
Habit : Wild
Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews ??

Yes, matches with images at Jasminum multiflorum

yes. chameli



Jasmine Species for ID : Maharashtra Nature Park : Mumbai : 31JUL19 : AK-38 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Jasmine Species seen in Maharashtra Nature Park, Mumbai.
A cultivated plant.

Jasminum elongatum ?? Please check

Thanks, …, for the id. To me also appears close as per Jasminum elongatum and as per Flora Fauna Web

id this plant plz : 5 posts by 2 authors. 1 image.
Thanks … When and where these images were clicked? It is a Jasminum species.
Pl. check comparative images at /species/m—z/o/oleaceae/jasminum

I think close to images at Jasminum elongatum (P.J.Bergius) Willd.

May I request you to give the name of the place.

In Coimbatore Sir

Taking it as Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per discussions at Jasminum Species for ID : Pune : 14JAN20 : AK-19



Jasmine for ID : Delhi : 060712 : AK-3: 3 images.
Pictures taken on 13/2/12 in Delhi.

Jasminum multiflorum, I hope

Thanks for a possible id.
Could it be ‘Jasminum elongatum’ or Red Kunda as in Flowersofindia?
Can you please kindly check.

J. multiflorum and J. elongatum are depicted in the same illustration @ http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=4533&flora_id=2

Please click the taxon link to reach the description and from there you can reach the key.
Corolla lobes (not tube) are longer in J. multiflorum than J. elongatum (efloraofchina)

I think … is correct. For me also the plant looks like ‘Jasminum elongatum’ or Red Kunda


Images by Karuna Kanta Das (Validation by Mahadeswara Swamy) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links)

Jasminum elongatum (P.J.Bergius) Willd.(?) from Assam-11, Feb 2014 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7).

Attached images may be Jasminum elongatum (P.J.Bergius) Willd. Please validate.
Date :07.02.2014
Location: Assam
Family : Oleaceae
Genus & species : Jasminum elongatum (P.J.Bergius) Willd. (?)
Habitat: Grows as garden plant
Habit : Straggling shrub

For me the ID seems to be correct

Taking it as Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per discussions at Jasminum Species for ID : Pune : 14JAN20 : AK-19   



SK416 12MAR-2017:ID : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)

LocationPharping, Nepal
Date: 20 July 2015
Altitude: 4500 ft.
Jasminum elongatum (P.J.Bergius) Willd. (accepted name) ??

Appears close as per images at

Taking it as Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per discussions at Jasminum Species for ID : Pune : 14JAN20 : AK-19


Jasminum elongatum (P.J.Bergius) Willd. (accepted name) ?? : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Location: Bajrabarahi, Nepal 
Altitude: 4700 ft.
Date: 31 December 2016
Jasminum elongatum(P.J.Bergius) Willd. (accepted name)??
asminum amplexicaule Buch.-Ham. ex G.Don (synonym) ??
Jasminum undulatumKer Gawl., nom. illeg. (synonym) ??

I think matches with images at Jasminum elongatum

Clubbing flower and fruit images !- efi thread

Taking it as Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per discussions at Jasminum Species for ID : Pune : 14JAN20 : AK-19


Jasminum Species for ID : Pune : 14JAN20 : AK-19 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Jasminum Species seen at a housing complex in Pune.
A cultivated plant.

I think it should be Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews as per images and details herein.
Here are the keys from Flora of China to differentiate between the two:
44 (43) Leaves ovate-cordate, base cordate, pilose on both surfaces; corolla tube 1.2-1.5 cm 36 Jasminum multiflorum
+ Leaves ovate to lanceolate, base often cuneate to rounded or truncate, pubescent or glabrous except along veins abaxially; corolla tube 1.5-3 cm. (45)
45 (44) Leaves usually acuminate, 4.5-15 cm; corolla lobes 1.2-1.7 cm 35 Jasminum tonkinense
+ Leaves acute, 1.5-11 cm; corolla lobes 0.8-1.1 cm 34 Jasminum elongatum

Here is the description for both from Flora of China:
Jasminum multiflorum (N. L. Burman) Andrews
Shrubs, scrambler or weak climbers to 3 m. Branchlets terete, densely pilose. Leaves opposite, simple; petiole 5-10 mm, densely pilose; leaf blade ovate-cordate, often broadly so, 3-8 × 1.5-5 cm, papery, ± scattered pilose on both surfaces, glabrescent, except on midrib and veins, base cordate, apex acute to sometimes slightly acuminate, mucronulate; primary veins 3 or 4 on each side of midrib. Inflorescences terminal on side shoots, many flowered, congested; bracts leafy, basal ovate, 1.5-2 cm, upper linear, 3-5 mm. Pedicel 0-2 mm. Calyx densely pilose; tube ca. 1 mm; lobes 6-9, filiform, (2-)5-7 mm. Corolla white, sweetly scented; tube 1.2-1.5 cm;lobes 7-9, acute, 1-1.5 cm. Fruit not seen. Fl. Oct-Apr.
Widely cultivated in southern China and round the world [Native to India and perhaps elsewhere in SE Asia, but certainly not in Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, and doubtfully in Myanmar and Vietnam].
Jasminum elongatum (Bergius) Willdenow
Shrubs scandent, 1-7 m. Branchlets terete, slightly pubescent to densely tomentose. Leaves opposite, simple; petiole 2-6 mm; leaf blade ovate to lanceolate, (1.5-)3-11 × 2-5.5 cm, papery, pubescent or glabrescent except for hairy veins abaxially,base rounded, truncate, or subcordate, apex usually acute; primary veins 3 or 4 on each side of midrib. Cymes terminal or axillary, many flowered, congested; bracts linear or ovate-lanceolate, 1-5(-9) mm. Pedicel 1-4 mm. Calyx densely tomentose to glabrescent; lobes 6-8, subulate-filiform, 5-10(-14) mm. Corolla white, salverform; tube 1.5-2 (-3) cm; lobes 6-9, lanceolate, 8-11(-14) mm. Berry black, subglobose or ovoid, 1-1.2 cm × 5-8 mm. Fl. Apr-Dec, fr. Aug-Mar. 2n = 26*.
Thickets, mixed forests; 0-900 m. Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan [India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam; N Australia]
Jasminum elongatum is a very widespread and variable species.

On checking all the posts in efi site for both the species, confusion remains despite the details and keys as above. This must have been further compounded by being in cultivation for a long period.
Catalogue of Life lists five varieties as below,
Both Flora of Pakistan and Checklist of Nepal list Jasminum elongatum (Bergius) Willdenow as Jasminum amplexicaule Buch.-Ham. ex G. Don (This species resembles Jasminum multiflorum very much but differs in its shorter calyx teeth and corolla lobes, and in its scentless flowers. The venation of the leaves is more or less open in Jasminum amplexicaulewhereas it is closed in Jasminum multiflorum as per Flora of Pakistan)
Flora of Pakistan gives the following keys:
16 (15) Flowers fragrant; cymes sometimes axillary or on dwarf Lateral branchlets. Calyx fulvous-villous, teeth almost as long as the corolla tube. Frequently cultivated Jasminum multiflorum
+ Flowers scentless; cymes terminal, Calyx pubescent, teeth of about half the length of the corolla tube. Rarely cultivated Jasminum amplexicaule (syn. of Jasminum elongatum (Bergius) Willdenow)

However, some aspects appear to be contradictory to Flora of China description.

Thanks for the details. I am really confused.


Jasminum multiflorum FOR VALIDATION :: Dattaji Salvi Udyan, Thane :: 11 JAN 20 : 3 posts by 2 authors. 7 images.
Dattaji Salvi Udyan  Thane
Date: January 11, 2020 … Altitude: about 11 m (36 feet) asl
¿ Jasminum multiflorum ? (Burm.f.) Andrews

I also feel closer to Jasminum multiflorum as per comparative images at Jasminum


Request For ID Bilikere 05 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)- 3 mb.
Location:-  Bilikere

Appears to be Jasminum multiflorum as per images herein.


Apocynaceae ? : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)
Apocynaceae family ? Mândû, MP, 600m, january 2020, wild ?

Appears to be Jasminum. Oleaceae family.

Jasminum is correct!

Perhaps J.cuspidatum…?

Maybe more Jaasminum auriculatum. What do you think ?

I think Jasminum multiflorum as per comparative images at Jasminum


Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews : 7 high resolution images.
Location: Kathmandu Valley
Date:  October 2020 
Elevation: 1350m.
Habitat  : Wild


SK 2840 10 November 2020 : 7 very high resolution images.
Location: Kathmandu Valley
Date:  October 2020 
Elevation: 1350m.
Habitat  : Wild
Jasminum …. ???  It was on a tree top about 20 ft. above!

Yes. Pl. check comparative images at Jasminum
Pl. check Jasminum multiflorum

I guess it could be.


Wild flora- Chilapata WLS : Attachments (1). 5 posts by 4 authors.
got this one at Chilapata forests– north Bengal duars.

Jasminum for sure, but I imagine if this is sambac. It shouldnt be wild in that case!

Jasminum nervosum

Jasminum nervosum

I think Jasminum multiflorum as per comparative images at Jasminum


SK432 16MAR-2017:ID : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2) – 1 Mb each

Location: Nepalgunj, Nepal
Altitude: 500. ft.
Date:22 March 2012
Jasminum sambac(L.) Aiton (accepted name)  ??

To me also, it appears closer to images at Jasminum sambac

It doesn’t look like J. sambac to me. It may belong to the J. multiflorum/ J. amplexicaule group.

Was it cultivated ?
If so, then it may be Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews

Yes , cultivated!


Mumbai, November 2021 :: Ornamental Jasminum for ID :: ARK2022-014: 4 images.
This ornamental was clicked at a garden in  Mumbai in November 2021.
Requested to please ID.

Pl. check Jasminum multiflorum.

I think Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews, as per images and details herein


Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews: 3 very high res. images.

Location: Katkuwa, Surkhet,  Nepal
Altitude:  1000m.
Date:  02 April 2022
Habit : Wild 


Mumbai, February 2015 :: Jasminum for ID :: ARK2022-108: 2 high res. images.

This was clicked at a flower exhibition at VJTI in Mumbai in Feb 2015.
Requested to please provide ID.

Pl. check Jasminum multiflorum

Thanks … for the quick and correct feedback.

It matches.
I was unnecessarily caught in some other species.



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