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14 Types Of Jasmine Flowers

Flowers of the Jasmine species are white in color. But, there are some Jasmine flowers that are yellow. There are 14 main types of Jasmine flowers.

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Jasmines originated in the Himalayas near western China. They have five or six lobes and are often sweet to smell. They are also one of the most popular flower names that start with J.

What Are The Different Jasmine Types?

The main jasmine plant lower classifications are:

Arabian Jasmine

Though it’s called the Arabian Jasmine, it’s not originally native to Arabia. Jasminum sambac, as it’s known in the scientific community, is native to Asia.

Though it's called the Arabian Jasmine, it's not orginally native to Arabia. This type of Jamsine is known as Jasminum samba in the scientific community.

Common Jasmine

Common Jasmine is a sweet-smelling flowering plant that blooms throughout summer and fall. It’s also known as Jasminum officinale and is the national flower of Pakistan.

Jasminum officinale, known as the common jasmine or simply jasmine, is a species of flowering plant in the olive family Oleaceae.

White Jasmine

Jasminum polyanthum, also known as pink jasmine or white jasmine can grow up to 20 feet tall and is a common house plant.

Jasminum polyanthum, also known as pink jasmine or white jasmine produces reddish-pink flower buds in late winter and early spring,

Winter Jasmine

Jasminum nudiflorum, the winter jasmine, is similar in appearance to the white Jasmine. But, the flowers of this Jasmine are yellow in color.

Jasminum nudiflorum, the winter jasmine has yellow flowers.

Jasminum Grandiflorum

It has white flowers that have a unique and sweet smell. Other names are the Spanish jasmine, Royal jasmine, and Catalan jasmine.

Jasminum grandiflorum, also known variously as the Spanish jasmine is native to South Asia and North Africa.

Star Jasmine

Jasminum multiflorum or the Star Jasmine blossoms the most flowers out of all the different types of Jasmines. It blooms so much that it sometimes covers itself completely in flowers.

Jasminum multiflorum is native to India, Nepal, Bhutan, Laos, Burma, Thailand and Vietnam.
Jasminum multiflorum is native to India, Nepal, Bhutan, Laos, Burma, Thailand and Vietnam.

Wild Jasmine

Jasminum fruticans or the wild jasmine has yellow flowers and is a small shrub growing up to a 1m. It’s native to the Mediterranean. It has odorless yellow flowers.

Wild Jasmine is best planted in sunny or semi-shady locations with good soil that is well-drained.

Jasminum Azoricum

This jasmine plant is also known as the lemon-scented jasmine. It produces white star-shaped flowers and lemon-green foliage.

Jasminum azoricum is an evergreen climber with white, lemon-scented flowers from late spring to late autumn.
Jasminum Azoricum

Jasminum Abyssinicum

This jasmine plant is also known as the forest jasmine because it grows in high-altitude montane forests way up high on canopies.

Jasminum abyssinicum (Forest Jasmine) is a strong to slender, woody climber with stems that can be robust up to 5.2 inches.
Jasminum abyssinicum (Forest Jasmine) is a strong to slender, woody climber with stems that can be robust up to 5.2 inches.

Jasminum Auriculatum

Jasminum auriculatum is a species of jasmine found in India. It’s mainly grown for its essential oil and for decorative purposes.

Jasminum Humile

Jasminum humile, the Italian jasmine or yellow jasmine produces yellow flowers.

Jasminum humile 'Revolutum' is a semi-evergreen shrub producing clusters of bright yellow, fragrant flowers from late spring to early autumn. It can be grown on a wide range of soils, but it does need to be well-drained.
Jasminum humile ‘Revolutum’ is a semi-evergreen shrub producing clusters of bright yellow, fragrant flowers from late spring to early autumn. It can be grown on a wide range of soils, but it does need to be well-drained.

Jasminum Subtriplinerve

Jasminum subtriplinerve is mainly cultivated for its leaves which make a drink in Vietnam.

Jasminum Multipartitum

Jasminum multipartitum or the starry wild jasmine is a mass bloomer that is known for its white, scented, star-shaped flowers. The flowers attract a variety of birds.

Perfect for a conservatory, sun room or ornamental greenhouse, tender Jasminum multipartitum is more of a shrub than a climber, bearing large, star-shaped flowers.
Perfect for a conservatory, sun room or ornamental greenhouse, tender Jasminum multipartitum is more of a shrub than a climber, bearing large, star-shaped flowers.

Jasminum Dichotomum

Jasminium dichotomum, the Gold Coast jasmine, is a species of jasmine whose flowers open up at night. The flowers start pink and gradually change to white.

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