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Growing Jacaranda

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Jacaranda Trees
The jacaranda tree, prized for its beautiful blue flowers, is a native of South America, but can be grown in areas where there is no threat of frost or where there are brief periods with temperatures down to 20 degrees F or -7 C. This is a guide about growing jacaranda.
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July 3, 2010

When is the best time to prune a Jacaranda tree? It is 28 years old and gives us too much shade in the garden.

Hardiness Zone: 10a

By Ute from Banksia Beach, 4507 Qld.

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July 9, 20100 found this helpful

The tree should be trimmed only once a year, after the flowering period is over. Remove main trunk suckers and cut out any inner branches affected by dieback in early spring. Keep in mind that heavy pruning will create heavy sucker growth.

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April 16, 2013

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October is Jacaranda time in Pretoria, South Africa. Then the streets is filled with this lovely lavender purple colors. Something you must see!

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