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Jacaranda

Jacaranda

Jacaranda is a Brazilian native and is a vigorous grower much appreciated for the bountiful mauve flowers that appear after the fine yellow leaves drop in mid spring. The delicate foliage made up of fine leaflets reappears bright green as flowering finishes. Jacarandas prefer a fertile soil with moderate drainage and are pollution, neglect and mildly drought tolerant once established. Good shade, tropical effect, colour and foliage contrast tree. Coastal NSW in October/November is a wonderful sight with the mauve flowers dotted along the suburban hillsides, parks and avenues. There is now a white form of Jacaranda available although this cultivar does not flower as profusely. Well-shaped specimens should be selected as remedial pruning of this genus can result in ugly suckering growth. It's best to rub off unwanted shoots as soon as they appear, as sucker occurs at pruned branch collars. The Jacaranda's vigorous root system can affect paths, drains and structures.
Jacaranda mimosifolia

Jacaranda mimosifolia

 

 

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