Dwarf Jacaranda Tree Australia: The Jacaranda is a beautiful spreading tree which in the summer has spectacular vibrant lilac-blue flower clusters and later drops to the ground to create a colorful carpet.
The Jacaranda, known as a monsoon leaky tree in its long dry seasons, will lose its leaves and sometimes flowers until the leaves resurge. Protect from frost in cool conditions and don’t prune because this would facilitate vertical branching, which spoils these trees’ natural open form.
The branches of jacarandas are so violet-blue, floral and are so much part of Sydney’s November that many feel the trees should be native. They are not, but for more than 150 years they have evolved in Australia.
Jacaranda is native to Central and South America, like Brazil, which flourishes throughout south Australia as street trees, in Parks, and as a spreading shade tree in large gardens. Jacarandas is native to southern Australia. These florae are panicles, each of which is in a form of a foxglove, with a distinctive violet-blue hue.