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Old Jacaranda,Coral street,nr Margaret's


Old Jacaranda,Coral street,nr Margaret's (Jacaranda mimosifolia (Brazil Rosewood))

Another large old Jacaranda. We can never have too many!



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OMG what a Stunning Tree Tetrarch!!! I love its Colour its amazing :D

19 Oct, 2010

 

Wow, that is a fine specimen. Is this in the UK?

19 Oct, 2010

 

Wonderful what colour.

19 Oct, 2010

 

Sorry Marguerite..funny typing my own name here, doesnt happen often that there are two of us! But not as sorry as me..nooo this is Aus of course (apologies Delonix but havent been to San Diego..yet!)

19 Oct, 2010

 

huge, just looking at the car in comparison, wonderful colour to

19 Oct, 2010

 

Mindblowing isnt it Jacque..this is one tree I would love to be able to grow in my garden

19 Oct, 2010

 

There are two there Sanbaz, its the one behind is enormous. Margaret (an Aussie) says its one of the biggest she's seen

19 Oct, 2010

 

yes i see now Tetra, didnt notice first look ;o))

19 Oct, 2010

 

that tree is just incredible, what a beautiful colour, gone on my favs

19 Oct, 2010

 

wow, that is huge!!! Lovely, I want one of these.

19 Oct, 2010

 

Wonder what our gardens would look like if we could put in all our favourites? I'd start with DDaisy's arch in France and a jacaranda!

19 Oct, 2010

 

Well, Alex guess you could have an all year round model there..oh forgot Spike! You might be fighting for space there!!

19 Oct, 2010

 

Ah Tetrarch he has destroyed my balcony plats. But it was to be expected, my fault for not moving them earlier. He used them for shade last month when it was really sunny and now as toys!!!
Moved them all,ha. He can play with his toys now.

19 Oct, 2010

 

oh dear, thats the trouble with you young uns, cant control your kids! If he was mine he would have a sore bum by now...did I tell you I have a vivid imagination? lol

19 Oct, 2010

 

lol...I don't have enough time to train him yet....only a few more days to freedom!!!! ;o)

19 Oct, 2010

 

That tree.....no words are adequate. Do you know if the blossom is like our Japanese cherry? My brother-in-law was looking at another photo of a Jacaranda and made the comment the blossom looked similar to the cherry blossom we have here...but obviously a much more beautiful colour!

M, did you see Lori's photo of Jacaranda she has grown from seed? She is going to try growing them as bonsai in an oval bowl in a grouping. If she succeeds it will be like a small grove of trees. I was fascinated by how small the seedlings are.

19 Oct, 2010

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Wow that is amazing , you would be forgiven for thinking your eye-sight had gone funny if you walked down the street and saw that ... !!

19 Oct, 2010

 

I did that Amy! and dragged everyone on a Jacaranda chase! J the flowers are bell shaped, and no havent checked out Lori's photo yet, I must - but they do grow quite fast I believe.

19 Oct, 2010

 

Tetrarch:

That's one beautiful Jacaranda tree. This tree is about the size of the one in my front yard. But luckily, this one isn't growing into telephone wires. lol! :>)

All the Jacarandas are in full bloom here in San Diego right now.

29 May, 2012

 

I am browsing Jacaranda......fed up with snow...this has cheered me, what a beautiful sight!

11 Mar, 2013

 

Jacarandas tree photos can be very cheery on a cold day. :>)

11 Mar, 2013

 

Yes, indeed, and they were! I am now wondering what my chances are of seeing one in flower in Marrakech next week...I suppose it's possible!

11 Mar, 2013

 

I would guess they're maybe just starting to bloom in Marrakesh, Morocco. I haven't noticed any blooming here yet; however, soon they will be. :>)

The weather here for the next 10 days is suppose to be warm to hot...maybe temps higher than 90ºF (32ºC) from: Wednesday - Saturday. It's already 74ºF (23ºC) at about 11:00 a.m. today.

11 Mar, 2013

 

Oh, please Delonix, don't rub it in any more!! lol ;)))

11 Mar, 2013

 

LOL! Actually, 90ºF (32ºC) is too hot for me, for this time of the year. 80ºF (27ºC) is perfect and it's perfect for the plants, also.

11 Mar, 2013

 

Well, OH has just informed me that it will be 30C in Marrakech next week, and that is a bit too hot for me too! Still, at that temp. there is a good chance I might actually get to use the hotel pool! I haven't used a hotel pool for years, as we have been going away in winter when the unheated pools are too freezing for me! So, that's something to look forward to!

11 Mar, 2013

 

It most likely will be a big shock for you...especially if its snowing there. I hope you get to go swimming and see the Jacarandas in bloom! :>)

90ºF (32ºC) for me isn't a shock, it's just too hot! We can get 90ºF (32ºC) or hotter temps in the middle of January. Although, it didn't happen this year.

12 Mar, 2013



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