Jacaranda mimosifolia is a sub-tropical tree native to south-central South America that has been widely planted elsewhere because of its attractive and long-lasting violet-colored flowers. It is also known as the jacaranda, blue jacaranda, black poui, Nupur or fern tree.
Feb 27, 2022 · Jacaranda trees (Jacaranda mimosifolia or blue jacaranda) are native to sub-tropical areas but are now grown worldwide due to their stunning purple flowers. Jacaranda trees are spring and early summer blooming trees that have small purple flowers (2 in. / 5 cm).
Jul 31, 2022 · Jacaranda tree has gray-brown, finely scaly bark, brown circular seed pods, and an easily recognizable umbrella canopy covered in pinnately compound, fern-like leaves. The best location to plant a jacaranda tree is in a place where it can get full sun. It is also vital to plant the tree at least 15 ft. (4.5 m) away from any buildings.
You are confusing the flowering jacaranda (Jacaranda genus) with Brazilian rosewood (Dalbergia genus). They are unrelated. The wood from the flowering jacaranda has little value. The name ‘jacaranda’ is used to denote various figured rosewoods. It is not specific.
This wood has a strong, sweet smell, which persists for many years, explaining the name rosewood. Another classic rosewood comes from Dalbergia latifolia, known as (East) Indian rosewood or sonokeling (Indonesia). It is native to India and is also grown in plantations elsewhere in Pakistan (Chiniot).