Jacaranda trees are tropical and subtropical flowering trees in the Bignoniaceae family, native to South America, Central America, the Bahamas, Cuba and Hispaniola. They are very l...
The jacaranda is a deciduous tree grown for its delicate, fernlike foliage and brilliant purple blossoms that cover the tree in the spring and summer. Often multitrunked, this decorative landscape tree reaches 25 to 40 feet high and wide, making an...
The word jacaranda was described in A supplement to Mr. Chambers's
Cyclopædia, 1st ed., (1753) as "a name given by some authors to the tree the
wood of ...
Visitors to warm-weather areas in late spring to early summer don't soon forget
their first sight of electric blue jacaranda trees (Jacaranda mimosifolia or ...
Keep in mind that there can be a lot of leaf and blossom litter; for example, it would clog a pool filter.
is drought tolerant.
You can propagate the jacaranda
using softwood cuttings, grafting and seeds (though trees
from seeds may take a long time to b... More »
Jacaranda growing tips - Lots of people think jacarandas are natives, but they're
not. They are native to...
J. mimosifolia, commonly called Jacaranda, is a lanky tree in its youth with
upright branches and with- out any particular shape to its crown. Young trees
May 19, 2013 ... Nothing makes Los Angeles as beautiful as the jacaranda bloom each ... One
woman gets credit for the Dr. Seuss-like trees that herald the ...
Culture. Winter hardy to USDA Zones 10-11 (possibly 9b). Established trees will
usually withstand occasional temperatures down to about 20 degrees F. In the ...
Apr 17, 2015 ... Usually bare until late May or June, jacaranda trees are expected to fully blossom
as soon as late April this year. Some early bloomers have ...