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Cold-Singed Jacarandas

Posted by roserx 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 4, 10 at 11:34

I subjected my J cuspidifolias to a few hrs of high 20 degree temps and the leaflets now are more brown vs green. I thought they could tolerate temps into the low 20's, although mine are immature specimens. I now have the larger 7' in the ground covered and the 3 in pots have been moved indoors temporarily. Any other suggestions?

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RE: Cold-Singed Jacarandas

Mine has never been that cold, but it did lose its leaves the first few winters I had it. They can go dormant and come back in the spring.

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