Around the World with Botanicals
As I gaze down the pristine, clean platform of the Delhi Metro, I marvel at how much it suddenly feels like the TTC again. No matter where you are in the world, the 'subway' always seems to exist in a timeless, geographically-neutral dimension of its own. Same uncomfortable seats. Same...
There is a specific type of Jasmine flower, prized for its thick, moist petals that hold a particularly intoxicating aroma. It draws visitors from around the world and has a history deeply entrenched in the most sacred rituals of the people of Madurai, India...Jasminum Sambac; much less commonly cultivated than Jasminum officinale or grandiflorum. Sambac has a considerably lower crop yield than the other chemotypes of Jasmine, and the plants are very particular about where they will take root, even more-so about where they will flourish.
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