Jacaranda mimosifolia Sub Tropical Landscape Trees Growers

Subtropical Trees

 Scientific Name

Jacaranda mimosifolia

Family

 Bignoniaceae

Genus

Jacaranda

Species

 mimosifolia

Common Name

 Brazilian Rose Wood, Green Ebony, Blue jacaranda, black poui, fern tree

Type

 Tree

Height

 Over 40 feet

 Hardiness Zone

 9 – 11

 Description


Jacaranda mimosifolia is also known as blue jacaranda, black poui, or as  fern tree etc. It is a sub tropical beauty and it is deciduous tree, which can get height up to 20m. Also grown as street tree. It produces blue flowers and often known as blue jacaranda. The blue jacaranda has been grown in the regions, where there is no exposure of frost. Larger trees can however endure brief spells of temperature dips around to −7 °C (19 °F). The twigs are slim and somewhat crisscross. It blossoms show up in spring and early summer. They are trailed by woody seed cases, which contains winged seeds. The Blue Jacaranda is grown even in territories where it seldom blossoms but is grown for its compound leaves. Abundant blossoming is viewed as heavenly by a few and very muddled by others. Its wood dries without trouble and is frequently utilized as a part of its green or wet state for turnery and bowl cutting.

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