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Jacaranda mimosifolia tree

seeds Blue Jacaranda mimosifolia.  A sub-tropical deciduous tree native to South America that has been widely planted because of its beautiful and long-lasting blue flowers.  Bright sunny conditions are preferred. This tree will tolerate some shade but will bear fewer flowers. Growing 15-50 feet in zones 9-11. seeds Blue Jacaranda mimosifolia.  A sub-tropical deciduous tree native to South America that has been widely planted because of its beautiful and long-lasting blue flowers.  Bright sunny conditions are preferred. This tree will tolerate some shade but will bear fewer flowers. Growing 15-50 feet in zones 9-11. seeds Blue Jacaranda mimosifolia.  A sub-tropical deciduous tree native to South America that has been widely planted because of its beautiful and long-lasting blue flowers.  Bright sunny conditions are preferred. This tree will tolerate some shade but will bear fewer flowers. Growing 15-50 feet in zones 9-11.
Jacaranda mimosifolia tree

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Seeds Blue Jacaranda mimosifolia. A sub-tropical deciduous tree native to South America that has been widely planted because of its and long-lasting blue flowers. Bright sunny conditions are preferred. This tree will tolerate some shade but will bear fewer flowers. Growing 15-50 feet in zones 9-11.



Jacquinia keyensis | Joewood | Cudjoe Wood

Here I am offering seeds from Jacquinia keyensis, also known as Joewood, and Cudjoe Wood. This fragrant shrub is native to South Florida, the Keys, the Bahamas and the West Indies. Joewood is a shrub to small tree with 2 inch long, leathery leaves and fragrant white flowers. As they ripen, the small, pea sized fruits turn from white to pale orange. It will often have fruit and flowers at the same time. This slow growing species is rarely grown in cultivation, but its sturdy growth, dense crown of foliage and delightfully fragrant flowers make it an excellent choice for the home landscape. Usually less than 5 feet tall and seldom reaching more than 15 feet tall, it is an attractive shrub for a sunny or lightly shaded location. Joewood is found in a few locations in the pinelands of Everglades National Park, where it grows on limestone rock and is exposed to fire. This is one strong species. USDA Hardiness Zones 10b to 11
Jacquinia keyensis | Joewood | Cudjoe Wood

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Here I am offering seeds from Jacquinia keyensis, also known as Joewood, and Cudjoe Wood. This fragrant shrub is native to South Florida, the Keys, the Bahamas and the West Indies. Joewood is a shrub to small tree with 2 inch long, leathery leaves and fragrant white flowers. As they ripen, the small, pea sized fruits turn from white to pale orange. It will often have fruit and flowers at the same time. This slow growing species is rarely grown in cultivation, but its sturdy growth, dense crown of foliage and delightfully fragrant flowers make it an excellent choice for the home landscape. Usually less than 5 feet tall and seldom reaching more than 15 feet tall, it is an attractive shrub for a sunny or lightly shaded location. Joewood is found in a few locations in the pinelands of Everglades National Park, where it grows on limestone rock and is exposed to fire. This is one strong species. USDA Hardiness Zones 10b to 11



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