(as of May 18,2021 22:56:51 UTC – Details)
How to planting it:
1. Choose a clean flowerpot with a drain hole.
2. Place two-thirds of the soil and water it completely.
3.A seeds is place on the surface of the soil.
4. The seeds is covered with soil, and the thickness is approximately the thickness of the seed.
5. Keep warm in cold season and keep the seeds in sunny places after germination.
6. The seeds will germinate in about 10-20 days, and the spray can be used to prevent the seeds from being washed away.
Temperature: 15-35 Celcius Growing, Temperature: 15-25 Celcius Sowing
Jacaranda mimosifolia, the whole tree is covered with large and delicate grapes of lavender blue flowers. The flowers are slightly odorant. The foliage is semi-persistent, made up of feather-like leaves finely cutted, that give a hint of elegance to the tree. The fruit is a flat pouch, about 7 cm wide and brownish yellow. The trunk is large, grey and not very tall.
Jacaranda mimosifolia, the Blue Jacaranda, is native of South America, especially found in Brazil. This tree grows in tropical low altitude flatlands. It can reach 30 meters high at its full potential, but it¡¯s usually more around 20 meters. Blooming season is in Summer, in warmer regions may start in Spring.
Hardiness zones 9-10 (-5?C/25?F, 1?C/35?F) in winter. Temperatures under -5?C are a threat to its life. The Blue Jacaranda is not very resistant to large temperature changes. The Blue Jacaranda needs a fresh and rich soil in order to stay healthy. It needs good lighting, preferably under a full sun. In colder climates, if grown indoors or in a glasshouse, it can be brought outside only during summer. In Mediterranean climates this tree can stay outside all year round.
Germination of this specie is easy and fast, usually sprouting in 2-3 weeks.