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Jacaranda TreeJacaranda mimosifolia

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Jacaranda TreeJacaranda mimosifolia

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Spring Blooms, Rich Fall Hues, and Fast Tree Growth

Why Jacaranda Trees?

Incredible, long-lasting purple blooms in spring give way to rich, yellow hues in the fall, making the Jacaranda Tree a season-to-season star that stands out. Fernlike foliage lends volume to its bold, dramatic silhouette for a landscape look unlike any other.

Deep color emerges from its clusters of spring blossoms, which are visually breathtaking. A sea of lavender decorates the tree before leaves grow and makes the tree striking. But in addition to its unmatched beauty, the Jacaranda is fast-growing and drought-tolerant, adapting well to tough conditions.

Large, silky flowers hang in heavy, full bunches, ushering summer in after spring with ease. When the trumpet-shaped blooms finally fall, they form a lilac carpet beneath the awe-inspiring Jacaranda for luxuriant curb appeal.

Strength in beauty defines the unparalleled Jacaranda Tree. The powerful trunk and thick branches that hoist all those lovely blooms and gilt leaves are strong and resilient. It's a tough tree that grows to a sturdy height and will thrive in a variety of soil types.

Why is Better

Good luck finding a Jacaranda this lovely anything else. Our tried-and-true process of planting, growing and shipping your Jacaranda Tree with care means that you get a well-developed tree, delivering results year after year.

Other nurseries offer bare-root varieties, which are notorious for their high failure rate in most gardens.

But when you order from Fast Growing Trees, you get a Jacaranda with robust roots and better branching unlike any you've ever seen.

Order your Jacaranda Tree today for a stunning look that’s at once ethereal and durable, whether it’s gracing your sidewalk or enhancing your backyard garden!

Planting & Care

1. Planting: The Jacaranda is a full sun (6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day) lover that prefers well-drained soil.

Plant your Jacaranda in a hole that is 2 to 3 times the width of the container (the root ball), and just as deep. Place your tree and begin backfilling the hole, tamping down as you go to prevent air pockets. Place a thick layer of mulch over the planting area to protect the roots from fluctuating temperatures as well as help the tree to conserve water. Finally, water the tree well to saturate the entire planting area.

2. Watering: Water the Jacaranda Tree once or twice weekly while it's establishing. Once established, the trees will only need water during times of extreme drought.

3. Fertilizing: Jacaranda Trees need very little fertilizer, but if you want to speed up growth, you can use a well balanced, slow-release formula, such a 10-10-10, in early spring.

4. Pruning: Only remove dead or damaged limbs.


Where do jacaranda trees grow best?

Jacaranda trees are native to the tropics of South America and therefore grow best in tropical environments in Zones 10-11 in the U.S. where conditions are similar.

Is the jacaranda a good tree?

We think so! There are many reasons to love jacarandas, from unique, purple blooms that cover the trees in spring to summer to the attractive, fern-shaped leaves. The jacaranda is also drought-tolerant, and resistant to several pests and diseases.

Is the jacaranda tree invasive?

Invasiveness depends on where you live and how invasive the plant is in that location. In general, jacarandas have vigorous root systems and are known to be invasive in Hawaii, Australia, Kenya, South Africa and Zambia.

Shipping Details

Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.

Amount of Order Shipping Charge
Less than $125 $19.95

Product Details

Mature Height: 25-50 ft.
Mature Width: 15-30 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Growth Rate: Fast
Botanical Name: Jacaranda mimosifolia
Does Not Ship To: AZ
Grows Well In Zones: 9-11 outdoors
Your Growing Zone: #

      9-11 outdoors

Growing Zones: 9-11 outdoors

(hardy down to 30℉)

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1st Order. Happy Jac!

This was the 1-2'(probably over 2') and it's almost 5' in about 5 weeks in the ground. It gets plenty of water from my sprinklers and the soil is pretty rich for Florida. It probably hits sand below a foot, though. Excellent company. Jacaranda Tree Review
Randy C.
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Jacaranda Tree

Wonderful tree. Arrived healthy and is already showing new growth within days of planting.

Lisa M.
United States United States
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So far so good

We planted our replacement tree a few weeks ago and so far it's thriving! We're excited to see it flourish!

Anne B.
United States United States
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the jacaranda tree

its growing really fast and its a beautiful tree!

Johnny H.
United States United States
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Jacaranda Tree

This was the replacement Jacaranda tree because the first one didn't survive the winter. When I got the replacement Jacaranda it had leaves that were dried and had fallen off. The rest of the tree seems fine enough. I didn't respond right away because I wanted to see how the tree would do. It seems to be holding on, but I am keeping an eye out for it. I'm still glad to have it though.