Jama,I commented this in a blogger's Frangipani photo.My daughter when in Singapore came home and told me this, In Malaysia and Singapore, they call this graveyard flowers. Then i notice that you see them in graveyards of the Muslims. don't know why they grow only this flower. Must ask my Muslim friend from Singapore. Here in NZ, it is liked very much.
I love Jasmines for their sweet fragrance. I bought some jasmine plants to beautify the outside of my main gate. The morning they were planted, one inconsiderate neighbour stole a couple of them when I was in the house. grrrr.....
The jasmine is a wonderful plant and beautiful to watch.Thank you for your beautiful photos!Hugs Doris
Oh so those are Jasmines! I see them all the time and I don't think it is the same as Frangipani. The latter is bigger I think ;-)
Very beautiful, star shaped flowers. We have another species of jasmine here with different flowers but very sweet fragrance as well.
A wonderful flower and it smells sweet.Greetings from GermanyIrmgard
A beautiful flower.Regards and best wishes
Wonderful photos with beautiful colors and details. I love Jasmine...Kind regards, Synnöve
thanks for this lovely weekend flowers! i wish i could smell them :)
These are lovely Jama.Holy Basil
Beautiful & I can almost smell their delicate scent from here.
I am speechless, the jasmine is delicate and beautiful and I can imagine their enchanting scent! Thank you for visiting my roses and lilies :)
White as snow, sweet as a nectar, they are lovely flowers. Beautiful macros too!
the local name for jasmine here is Sampaguita, the Philippines' national flower. love the scent although sometimes it gives me a headache.:p
Thank you for sharing your lovely Jasmine pictures!!Great shots!
A sweet smelling experience for sure.
Lovely mass of blooms!
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