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Re Jacaranda Flowering

Hi. I grew two Jacaranda trees from seed in 2016.
They are both now nearly 10 feet tall, 3 years old and
no flowers!?
They are in a north face, sunny position. Do they need to have nutrients?

Thank You. Kind Regards, Glenn.

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1 Comment To "Re Jacaranda Flowering"

#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 11/25/2019 @ 3:45 pm

Unfortunately, the answer is not very pleasing to hear. They are very picky about their climate. Anything outside of what they prefer will cause them to fail to flower, as well as show improper growth patterns.

Unfortunately, there can be a large gap for when it, first, flowers. It can take between 2 and 14 years before you see the first bloom! This will depend, largely, on proper climate and care.

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