Mogra Creeper Plants

Mogra flower and bud

The Mogra a variety of jasmine, but very different from the famous Jasminum grandiflorum, which is and immediate sweet, and delicate scent. The Mogra captivates with acquaintance.

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SKU00267
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Mogra flower and bud

The Mogra a variety of jasmine, but very different from the famous Jasminum grandiflorum, which is and immediate sweet, and delicate scent. The Mogra captivates with acquaintance.

 

In India, the Mogra flower has a great significance in religion, as well as perfumes and medicine. The flower is associates with innocent purity, and is considered a favourite flower of Lord Vishnu. Garlands of Mogra are very common offerings to the Gods.

 

The beautiful white flowers have a strong, but pleasant scent that is enduring and mogra flowers are worn in the hair by women as a beautification choice. Mogra perfumes, aromatherapy oils, attars, hair oils and other creams and lotions are very popular for their scent. The flower itself is very durable, and stays fresh for a long time, even in hot climates. It continues to exude perfume for a day after being plucked. This makes it the perfect hair adornment for use all day.

 

Mogra is also well respected for its medicinal properties. Aromatherapists use mogra as a healinging and calming influence. The roots and leaves are used in decoctions for relieving sore eyes.

 

A very pleasing and useful plant indeed.

SKU00267

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Height
5 ft to7ft