How to Grow Jacaranda?


Growing jacaranda requires that you plant them in fertile, well-drained sunny positions; they do not like heavy wet soils. Young plants require frost protection in their first year while the tops should be pruned if they blacken. Adequate watering is essential, especially in warmer months.
Q&A Related to "How to Grow Jacaranda"
1. Water the jacaranda tree once a week, or three weeks in the winter. In the heat of the summer, water every day. 2. Fertilize the jacaranda once a month from March through September
A healthy jacaranda can easily reach ten metres (30 feet) in height, and spread out to 30m wide.
i had a fully mature jacaranda in my front yard, it was huge. i had to have it trimmed every 2 years @ $300 a pop. it was also a huge mess with those blossoms dropping everywhere.
1. Jacarandas prefer sunny position, 2. rich well-drained soil and 3. protection from wind and frost when still young. One important thing to remember is that it's better not to prune
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