Jacarandas mimosifolia produces attractive purple-blue blossoming flowers that, once they fall to the ground, form a beautiful tapestry. It is really beautiful when these trees grow abundantly. In anticipation of seeing them in bloom next year, several gardeners are planting jacarandas. Yet jacarandas can be small trees and it can be a struggle to flower a jacaranda.
- Find a pot that is at least 10 inches in diameter and fill it with soil.
- Place the pot in a sunny spot in your garden.
- Add water to the soil until it is moist but not soggy.
- Place the Jacaranda seed on top of the soil and cover it with about an inch of soil.
- Keep the pot moist by watering it every day or two, depending on how hot and dry it is outside.
- After about a week, you should see some sprouts coming out of the ground.