Stunning Blue Jacaranda 10 Seeds- Garden/Bonsai
Stunning Blue Jacaranda 10 Seeds- Garden/Bonsai Click image to enlarge
10 Blue Jacaranda Seeds.Rain of blue flowers! Beautiful in your garden and popular as a bonsai
The Blue Jacaranda, Jacaranda mimosifolia more often known simply as the "Jacaranda", is a sub-tropical tree native to South America that has been widely planted elsewhere because of its beautiful and long-lasting blue flowers. T he Blue Jacaranda flowers form a dense terminal clusters of lavender-blue, lightly fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers which are up to 5 cm long, and are grouped in 30 cm panicles. Blue jacarandas bloom in spring and early summer.
Jacarandas flourish well in sandy, well-drained soils. Jacarandas should be watered during dry periods. Pruning of branches is very much recommended so that the branches of Jacaranda remain less than half the diameter of the trunk to help keep the plant intact and increase durability.
Sowing: Scarification: Seeds need to be scarified to facilitate germination. Place seeds in hot water for 24-48hr, let water cool down. As an option, you can renew the hot water after 24hr. Sowing : After the stratification period, seeds can now be sow outside or in container. Sow 1/16" deep by 70-75F degrees. The natural way : As an option, you can sow the seeds in fall, leaving to nature the scarification process. These steps will achieve themselves in winter, and the next spring you should have seedlings
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