jasmin

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
jasmin
Spanish
jazmin japonés, jazmín
Description:
This term is used to refer to at least two species of plants with shrub and tree habitats, which reach a height of up to 2 meters. Both are commonly found in homes. One of these species is Jasminum laurifolium, of the Oleaceae family, known as "jazmín" (jasmine) in Spanish. The flowers of these species are white and very aromatic, and are used in celebrations during Lent. The second species belongs to the genus Vinca, of the Apocynaceae family, a non-aromatic variety known in Spanish as "jazmín japonés" (Japanese jasmine).
Habitat:
Zona urbana. Domicilio particular.
Associated Flora:
guenda bidxu, almendra, mangu oro, limon, bui', tulipan, guenda dxiña, biadxi, bichiisa, yana', guenda bidxu, almendra, mangu oro, limon, bui', tulipan, guenda dxiña, biadxi, bichiisa, yana', roble, yaga ziña, guixi beu', guixi bi'cu, paral, bara bacana', salbarial, mangu, beu', guie' quinseañera, biadxi, bilumbu', tulipan, sabila, jasmin, cruciyo, papause, almendra, cobanu, guiichi yaa, laurel, coco, tulipan, sabila, jasmin, cruciyo, papause, almendra, cobanu, guiichi yaa, laurel, coco, rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble, rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble, guie' daana, bitiaa, mariposa, jasmin, gardenia, pe'pe, papause, mangu, biadxi, yerba santa, huaje, rosa, bia gueta, arnica, maguey moradu, parahuita, bandera, guie' stia, palmita, mantu, chaya, nanchi