Harsingar Flowering Season in India | Raat Rani Flowers

Last Updated: 30.01.2024
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Our article will guide you through the Harsingar Flowering Season in India and share tips and tricks for the best blooms!

Harsingar flowers create a floral carpet in the landscape with their icy white blooms. If you, too, want to enjoy these, you’ll need to plant them accordingly for the Harsingar Flowering Season in India!

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Harsingar Plant Information

Harsingar Flowering Season in India

Harsingar is one of the most sought-after shrubs in India, thanks to its tiny, intensely fragrant, and white flowers. The flowers unfurl during the nighttime and release a pleasing scent in the air, hence earning the name Raat ki Rani (Night Jasmine). However, these blooms shed away the following morning as soon as the sun rises.

Flowering Season of Harsingar

Parijat flowering season is during the monsoon and autumn months. In India, this flowering season of Harsingar falls between August and November (Early December for some places).

In some areas, the first blooms might show in July as soon as the rains start pouring, but then in some, they might not show until September. As a rule of thumb, remember the following:

  • North India – August to October
  • Central India – August to November
  • West India – September to October
  • South India – August to November
  • East India – July to November

Once you notice the early flowers, Harsingar will continue blooming till the first week of December. If you want to enjoy these, plant Harsingar flowers in February-March in south India, March-April in central/east, and April-May in north/west for early blooms. 

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Growing Requirements of Harsingar



Parijat grows best when exposed to 3-5 hours of full sunlight on a daily basis. Lack of sunlight may result in stunted growth and a low flowering rate.


It prefers well-draining, slightly moist, porous, and fertile soil. Hence, go for any sandy-loamy soil amended with organic matter like compost or aged cow dung manure.

You can also make your own by mixing equal parts of garden soil, coarse sand, and cow dung manure.


Parijat likes slightly moist but not damp soil for best growth. Water only when the top 2 inches of the soil feels dry to the touch. Do not overwater the plant to avoid any fungal problems.


Harsingar flower does remarkably well in the climate of India. However, a temperature range of 20-35°C (68-95°F) is best for its growth.

Learn more about Raat ki Rani Plant Care Tips 

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