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One of Our
Favorite Trees:

Jacaranda

Deciduous

Jacaranda mimosifolia trees have a wide, open habit with an oval head.

Can be multi-trunked or even grown as large shrubs. Fine, ferny leaves with brillant purple flowers from spring to summer.

Grow to 20-40 feet (6.10-12.19 m) tall, and 15-30 feet (4.57-9.14 m) wide.

Hardy to USDA Zones 8 - 10






 

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Gardening-tip:



Planting Depth

As a general rule, most bulbs are planted at a depth that is equal to 3 times their diameter at their widest point.

Tulips like to be planted about 6 inches (15.2 cm) deep and 4-6 inches (10.2-15.2 cm) apart.

Always plant bulbs as soon as possible after purchase to prevent them from drying out.


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