Tetranychus urticae is a spider mite that feeds on Jasminum nudiflorum. There is a predator mite, Neoseiulus fallacis, which is extremely effective at controlling T. urticae. One study found that "the pollen of J. nudiflorum can be used as an alternative food or supplementary food for A. fallacis," perhaps suggesting a potential symbiotic relationship. 
"The plant was introduced to the West in 1844, and first described by English botanist John Lindley in the Journal of the Horticultural Society of London in 1846. It has gained popularity in Europe and North America as an ornamental, even naturalizing in parts of France and the United States. A small number of cultivars have appeared in the trade, notably ‘Aureum’ with yellow-variegated leaflets and a slow-growing dwarf form called ‘Nanum’" 
"Aluminium lends itself too many engineering applications because of the combination of light weight, good appearance, and mechanical strength, high thermal and electrical conductivity. Aluminium relies on the formation of a compact, adherent passive oxide film for its corrosion immunity in various environments. However, when it is exposed to acid medium (pH < 5), this surface film dissolves substantially. HCl is usually used as industrial acid cleaning, chemical or electrochemical etching, and acid pickling of aluminium. It is necessary to add inhibitors to retard the corrosion of aluminium in HCl...
Plant extracts are low-cost and biodegradable, and so the study of plant extracts as corrosion inhibitors has received more and more attention due to both economic and environmental benefits... Jasminum nudiflorum leaf extract acts as a good inhibitor for the corrosion of aluminium in 1.0 M HCl solution. Inhibition efficiency increases with the inhibitor concentration, while decreases with temperature." 
 Deng, S., & Li, X. (2012). Inhibition by Jasminum nudiflorum Lindl. leaves extract of the corrosion of aluminium in HCl solution. Corrosion Science, 64, 253-262.
 Hetman, J. (2016). A Dandy for Winter: Jasminum nudiflorum. Arnoldia, 73(3), 44-44.
 Chen, C., Zhi, J., & Sun, Y. (2009). Effect of pollen of Jasminum nudiflorum on the development and reproduction of Amblyseius fallacis. Chinese Bulletin of Entomology, 46(4), 609-612.