Jacaranda trees, although supposedly native to Central and South America, are grown extensively in sub-tropical areas of the world. In Australia, there are extensive plantings in Brisbane and in Grafton on the far north coast of the state of NSW. In Sydney, there are extensive plantings over the North Shore and in the Eastern Suburbs.
My first item this season on this delightful tree was posted on my home and garden blog, Dolwendee.
| When the deep purple falls over sleepy garden walls|
And the stars begin to twinkle in the sky
In the mist of a memory you wander back to me
Breathing my name with a sigh.