A beautiful, stately tree that is known for its late spring color. As a semi-deciduous tree, it will lose most of its leaves in the winter, leafing out again in the spring as the temperature warms. The Jacaranda is a tall tree with dark-green, mimosa-like leaves. In the late spring it produces large, showy lavender-blue flowers
- 25' - 50'
- Moderate growth rate
- Clusters of large, beautiful lavender to blue flowers in the late spring.
- Cold Tolerance:
- 27 degrees°F
- Prune in winter before new growth begins to stimulate new growth and blooming.