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Neel Mohar Jacaranda Mimosifolia is an attractive feature tree in medium to large gardens. It is often used in parks and street planting. Great filtered shade tree in gardens. jacarandas are widely grown as ornamental trees in Australia.
A Neel Mohar Jacaranda Mimosifolia plant requires low maintenance. This fast growing tree is
an elegant specimen with soft, green foliage. Jacaranda mimosifolia is a sub-tropical tree
native of south-central South America that have been extensively plant everywhere as of its
stunning and long-lasting blue flowers.
Neel Mohar Jacaranda Mimosifolia plant grows to a height of up to 20 m (66 ft)
The plant has optimal light needs and thus it can be kept in a shady area of your house.
If it is budding plant then 2 to 4 hours of direct sunlight could be provided to the plant. Place
the plant is such a location where it receives ample of indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight, as it could get your plant leggy or even burnt.
As the plant prefers partial sunlight the water needs are also moderate.
Don't overwater the plant as it would cause root rot.
In case the plant receives low light then let the soil dry out completely before watering the plant
and if it is planted under bright light then let the ¾ of potting mix dry out completely before watering. 3 to 5 cups of water would be sufficient.
Avoid watering in winters.
A well draining granular textured soil would also work for the plant. Neel Mohar Jacaranda
Mimosifolia can handle periods of drought and periods of wet weather.
Take place in spring and early summer lasting upto 2 months. Jacaranda is renowned for its
clusters of purple, fragrant, trumpet-shaped blossoms. There are also varieties available with
Neel Mohar Jacaranda Mimosifolia needs liquid fertilizer during the growing period every week
and in winter, once every 2 weeks. Fertilize the plant when it has halted its growth and not blooming properly. Check the plant at times to know the amount of feeding required by the plant.
Water extract of Jacaranda mimosifolia shows higher antimicrobial action against Bacillus
cereus and Escherichia. The plant is very efficient in treating bacterial infections and gonorrhoea and syphilis. Since about one-third of the world population is allergic to penicillin-- the primary drug used in fighting these venereal diseases as well as other infections-- it is beneficial to have the option offered by the jacaranda Mimosifolia. Jacaranda has qualities that treat leukaemia
Jacaranda is generally resistant to pests and diseases and is not prone to notable pest problems. When grown indoors, Jacarandas can attract aphids and whiteflies.
You can get rid of them by using spraying organic pesticides or by applying rubbing alcohol twice a week.