Jacaranda seeds

Jacaranda seeds

1kg: 500.00

(Including Shipment)

Scientific or Botanical Name Jacaranda Mimosifolia
Common Names Beechwood, white teak


The Jacarandas are impressive trees ,when covered with clusters of blue tubular flowers. The ground below them turns rapidly blue, and some gardeners might object to that quantity of litter. A variety ‘Alba’ with white flowers, and denser foliage, is occasionally available. Native to Brazil growing to 50′ or larger. Moderate to fast growth during warm season. Bi-pinnately compound leaves hold till late in winter. Can be completely winter deciduous in colder areas. Flowers in spring are trumpet like lavender and 2″ long by 1 1/2″ wide. There are white and pink also. If the tree is given too much water, the leaves appear first, somewhat spoiling the startling effect of the flowers. The flowers are followed by woody, disc-shaped seed pods.

Key Feature Expect 90 to 100 % Germination Rate

Mature Seeds collected from 20 – 30 years Old Trees.

Trees grown on poor soils yield better oil, though they cannot withstand water-logging


  • You don’t need to water again until the soil is dry at least an inch deep.
  • best growth is on freely drained, fertile soils, with no hardpan or other impediment to root development, in moist tropical regions
  • wide range of local medicinal uses.
  • The root has been used to treat epilepsy, fever and indigestion.

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