Sydney Jacaranda Blooms – Incredible Flowering Trees in Our City
There are incredible Sydney Jacaranda Blooms right now – Incredible Flowering Trees in our city. Here’s some of the best you can see in Sydney.
In fact, the blooms are so popular some Sydney suburbs are considering hosting festivals and activations to capitalise on the popularity of the Jacaranda trees for spring.
McDougall Street located at Sydney’s North Shore has become known as ‘Jacaranda Alley’ by some.
North Sydney Council is now considering closing off the road to have a Sydney Jacaranda festival in 2018.
The University of NSW
Near Darling Harbour at night… very romantic Sydney Jacaranda bloom
The University of Western Sydney Jacaranda Trees
One of the first known Jacaranda trees in Sydney
Paddington Sydney Jacaranda tree blooms
A Jacaranda tree over Abbotsford Bay, Sydney Harbour
At the Sydney Royal Botanical Gardens
About Jacaranda Trees?
Jacarandas are common in many Australian cities, especially older established areas like inner-city Sydney and north shore suburbs. There are also a lot of beautiful blooms to discover in western Sydney.
Australia has the perfect climate for these trees.
According to Wikipedia, Jacaranda is a genus of 49 species of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae, native to tropical and subtropical regions of Mexico, Central America, South America, Cuba, Hispaniola, Astralia, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
It has been planted widely in Asia, especially in Nepal. Jacaranda mimosifolia is quite common in Zambia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Australia, Spain and Argentina, and has been introduced to most tropical and subtropical regions to the extent that it has entered the popular culture.