gopis

Krishna is often depicted as romancing gopis (female cowherds), but consider……….Krishna and gopa boyfriends. 

(In all seriousness, however, Krishna–since he is an incarnation of Vishnu–is canonically pansexual and often genderfluid.) 

Edit: The name of the plant is the Parijatha, otherwise known as “Night Flowering Jasmine” in English. It’s Krishna’s favorite flower! 

Sri Krsna [for whom perfected mystic yogis prepare a seat in their
purified lotus-like hearts] appeared as the reservoir of all beauty
unequalled within the three worlds. He accepted the seat offered
by the gopis and was worshipped by them. When He sat in their
midst He appeared even more splendorous.

Srimad-Bhägavatam (10.32.14)

The highest example of pure devotional service is that of the gopīs in Vṛndāvana. They are not interested in understanding Kṛṣṇa, but only in loving Him. That platform of love is the pure state of devotional service. Unless one is advanced to this pure state of devotional service. Srimad Bhagavatam 3.27.27

“Thank you for making them happy,” Radha said to Krishna as she gestured to her friends who were all dancing with Krishna as He had replicated Himself so that each gopi could claim a dance with Him.

“Darling, you are the most unselfish woman I know,”

“No, I just know how much it hurts to love you and not be with you,” she replied and hugged him tightly.

“I will always be with you, even if only in your heart,” He said and kissed her forehead.

“I love you,” she said and sighed contentedly as he tightened his arms around her.

“I love you too,” He replied.