A fast-growing tree with soft, green, fern like foliage which turns yellow in winter before dropping. Flowering occurs in late spring or early summer when the canopy bursts out with purple-blue, bell-shaped flowers. Jacarandas are a South American native tree which when planted in the right spot is a magnificent shade tree providing beautiful filtered cover. Once established their delightful, distinctive purple canopies are easily spotted on side-streets and they’re a great feature tree in your back or front yard.
|Size — 200mm|
|Growth Width — 8m|
|Growth Height — 15m|
|Flower Colour — Purple|
|Light Requirements — Full sun|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
Apply mulch after planting.
Water regularly until established.
It is best not to prune Jacarandas as they send out new branches that grow upward and deform their canopy shape.