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Jacaranda and Bignonia.


By Stan510

Jacaranda and Bignonia. (Jacaranda mimosifolia (Brazil Rosewood))

Both in bloom locally.

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Lovely to see them Stan, they take me back to when I had them both in my Spanish garden.
The jacaranda didn't survive one snowy winter we had though.

1 Jul, 2021


They can take some cold..but not much to kill flowers and not too much more to kill the tree. Oldest ,largest tree's here Janey are in areas close enough to SF bay that you can feel the breeze. Protects them from a hard freeze.

1 Jul, 2021


I love the Jacaranda too. I managed to get one to grow from seeds brought back from Cyprus. Sadly it got too big for the greenhouse in the winter and I lost it :-(

2 Jul, 2021


There are Waddy for sale now that are dwarf sized. Not sure if they are clones or grafted..but they grow and bloom in pots at only 2' or so tall. Can be kept potted forever. So,no reason you can see this in your greenhouse one day.

2 Jul, 2021


Just beautiful! Gorgeous colours together, Stan. A spectacular pairing.

2 Jul, 2021


I'll have to try and get one of those Stan.

2 Jul, 2021



They’re looking good. My large Jacaranda tree in front yard is in full bloom now. The Jacaranda trees here bloomed a little late in San Diego this year.

4 Jul, 2021

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