Tonkin jasmin, or Telosma cordata, is a species of edible flowering plant, native to China and Indo-China, in the family Apocynaceae (tribe Marsdenieae). It is cultivated elsewhere and may occur wild as an introduced species. Common names include Chinese violet, cowslip creeper, Pakalana vine and Tonkinese creeper.
The plant bears clusters of golden yellow blooms along the vining stems during summer months. Individual blooms emerge successively over a period of weeks emitting a rich, heavy fragrance during te day and night.
The flower is used in desserts and for ornamental purposes in bouquets and wreaths. In Vietnam, it is often stir-fried with beef.
Da Lat Tonkin Jasmine does not contain any preservatives, growth hormones or any other chemicals.
Price: Varies due to packs' size and different periods.
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Average weight: 400g to 600g per tray
Vegetable: Tonkin Jasmine
Origin: Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province, Vietnam
Storage: Keep the product at a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight.