Jacaranda



 

Jacaranda Mimisofolia 

 
Bignoniaceae

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Form: Tree
Seasonality: Deciduous to evergreen
Size: 25 to 40 feet at maturity
Leaves: Finely cut, fern like leaves

Flowers: Lavender blue, 2" long, tubular in clusters 8" long. Variety Alba has white flowers
Fruit: Flat seed capsule
Stems/Trunks: Single bole, but can be multi-stemmed
Range/Origin: Brazil
Hardiness: Sunset Zones 12 13, 25o F

Comments: Seasonal litter, Thorns

 

CULTURAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Exposure: Full Sun
  • Water: Regular
  • Soil: Sandy, well drained and amended
  • Propagation: Seed, cuttings
  • Maintenance: Prune to form single stem

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