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The original "flower of romance" has one of the sweetest-smelling scents around-- no two blooms have the same scent!

Why We Love Them

Jasmine comes in purple, pink, yellow, and white hues, and is traditionally used to make gorgeous, fragrant headpieces in parts of India and the Middle East, where it is native.


Most jasmine plants are found in tropical and sub-tropical climates, although a few may thrive in temperate zones. Be sure to trellis the vine as it loves to "hang out".

The Blossom of Romance

Essential oil from jasmine has been shown to quell anxiety and repair dehydrated skin. (It's also antiseptic and a known aphrodisiac, so slather it on with abandon!)