I have 2 jacarandas planted very close to each other. One is blooming very well and the other has never had any blooms. What could be the problem?
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Even though they are close to each other, there can be differences in soil, sun and nutrients.
Jacaranda must receive full sun, at least 6 hours.
Soil must be well draining.
Winds often affect blooming on these trees.
Do not fertilize grass near or under the trees, excess nitrogen will inhibit flowering.
Water with 1 to 2 inches of water under the entire canopy starting in spring through fall-every 2 weeks.
Hopefully this tree will start flowering for you!