Jasmine sellers earn daily income in blooming season

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The jasmine flower is blooming abundantly from February to May. It is famous for its fragrance.

Jasmine sellers are earning daily income by selling them, according to the flower sellers.
The jasmine plants are blooming in summer after ending of spring. The flower sellers are buying, on a manageable scale, the jasmine flowers from farmland and sell them back.
Daw Aye Mi, a manageable scale flowers seller, said that the jasmine flower is highly demanded in the market in its blooming season. So, I have bought the jasmine from farmland and sell them back in the crowded areas and the residential areas. Every day, I sell above 20 jasmine trees, and I am making K15,000 profit per day.
There are many types of jasmine species. The jasmine price is ranging from K500 to K3,500 depending upon the size. Some are buying the jasmine to grow them back in the houses.
“This time, people are buying jasmine. Most of them are buying Kyetyone jasmine, Sapaygyi jasmine and Oakpoak jasmine species. Twelve seasonal jasmines are Thailand species, and it blossoms the whole year. It is expensive,” said Daw Than Than, the Pyat Pyat Myaing San flower garden owner.
The jasmine flower is blooming abundantly from February to May. It is famous for its fragrance. — Zaw Lin Oo (Aung San)/GNLM

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