16 Most Fragrant Jasmine Varieties You Should Grow

by Sasha Ridley

    It’s always great to have a jasmine planter in your home. It does well in your bedroom, living room and even in your garden. Not only elegant white blossoms make jasmine stand out, its sweet and delicate aroma also makes a name for itself. A plant that serves for garnishing purpose and releases fresh scent for your room. It’s worth bringing to your home, right? You can grow them both indoor and out. It really depends.


    Here are 16 most fragrant jasmine varieties that you should grow. If you’re itching to jasmine fragrance and beautiful flowers, you should never miss this collection. Look through all, pick out favorite types and grow them directly in your garden. You can also grow them in pretty containers and place them indoor. These will be a charming home décor that grasps the eyes of your family and your guests. Jasmine is also proved to purify the air around you and improve your sleep quality. Ready to give these a look? Here we go!

    #1 Pink Jasmine

    Clusters of fragrant pink-white flowers on an evergreen vine are what makes this jasmine variety stand out. It is also popular as a beautiful indoorplant due to its low maintenance. Its flowers show off a strong, sweet fragrance, which displaces a delightful aroma to the surrounding.

    #2 Royal Jasmine

    Royal jasmine shows off the largest flowers of all jasmines. However, these white blossoms don’t have the intense fragrance jasmine plants are known for and have a very subtle scent.

    #3 Arabian Jasmine

    Did you know that Arabian Jasmine is the national flower of the Philippines? These flowers can be grown as a shrub or vine. They produce strong fragrance like vanilla. The flowers have a faded pink shade and complement the intense scent of the plant.

    #4 Winter Jasmine

    Winter jasmine makes a name for itself with aromatic yellow flowers appearing in late winter when most of the plants went dormant. Grow this variety on the trellis, arbors, wall-borders.

    #5 Common Jasmine

    CommonJasmine is also called True or Poet’s Jasmine. These plants are a state flower of Pakistan growing commonly in the Indian subcontinent. They produce the five-petaled white flower with pointed leaves.

    #6 Dwarf Jasmine

    Dwarf Jasmine is a small evergreen shrub. It grows in clumps, and bears sunlight yellow flowers with five petals that are used in bouquets or topiary use.

    #7 Wild Jasmine

    This jasmine variety produces clusters of rich yellow flowers throughout the spring and summer. However, these flowers don’t have a fragrance. It grows slowly and ideal for hedges, cascading over short walls and fences.

    #8 Forest Jasmine

    Forest jasmine is sturdy to a slender woody climber.It features glossy dark green leaves adorned with sweetly scented white flowers, tinged with pink on the outside.

    #9 Lemon-Scented Jasmine

    Lemon-Scented Jasmine is known for its sweet fragrance and beautiful, bright white flowers. These are what attract bees, birds, and butterflies to the garden.

    #10 Italian Jasmine

    Italian Jasmine produces fragrant buttercup-yellow flowers that contrast really well with its glossy green foliage. It also grows black berries and attracts hummingbirds and bees to the garden.

You may also like

About Us

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consect etur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis viva penci.

Decor & Design

Editors' Picks

Editors' Picks