I am trying to find a fern like plant.. I believe it is called
Jacaranda. I first saw it in Mexico in the San Luis Potosi State. No
one seems to have heard of it in the states. I have also gone back to
another region of Mexico and have asked about it and no one knew what I
was talking about. Also would this plant be considered a tropical
plant? Live in the Midwest and am wondering if I would need to bring
it in during the winters. Would this plant be started as seedlings or
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Sent: Monday, May 23, 2005 12:01 AM
Subject: --Where can I find Jacaranda Plants/Seeds -
If this is the plant you are looking for
then it is a "ferny" looking tropical tree (Jacaranda mimosifolia) and won't
do well in the Midwest.
Seeds are available on Ebay.
HTH -_- how
no NEWS is good
I unfortunaly live outside Chicago. I have a little greenhouse window.
I am sure Jacaranda can not withstand the harsh climate. I didn"t
realize jacarandas grew to be trees. The ones I saw were small. Now I
am going to make it a point to visit Plantation Florida to see the
Jacaranda trees. I have visited our local botanical gardens which have
an indoor tropical display, but they did not have jacaranda trees as
part of their plant collection. Thank you for the info on the country
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