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Jacaranda mimosifolia - Jacaranda Flowers

Jacaranda mimosifolia - Jacaranda Flowers (Jacaranda mimosifolia - Jacaranda  Tree)

My Jacaranda has some flowers spikes. Flower are not typical for this time of year though. Photo taken Oct. 1, 2010.

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This is gorgeous...I would love one of these in my garden. Really like these types of leaves. Would it survive the winter here???

3 Oct, 2010



This tree should grow long as you don't get heavy frost. Mature trees are able to tolerate brief temps to 25 degrees F./ -4 degrees C. Although, I think they prefer a frost-free climate like here in San Diego.

3 Oct, 2010


Sounds like there should be no problem then. Really thinking about having one. Thanks for the info. Will post picture when I get one.

3 Oct, 2010



Sounds great. It's a very fast growing tree also.

3 Oct, 2010


Jacarandas are very common trees around the Valley of the Sun. Usually they bloom in April or early May, but one out of a hundred will bloom in October, and one out of ten thousand blooms spring through fall. Some day I'm going to catch one of those long-bloomers, and try to take cuttings!

4 Oct, 2010



I've seen quite a few this year that still have a lot of flowers. It's still not as spectacular as the April - June bloom when the trees are leafless or almost leafless.

5 Oct, 2010

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