jacaranda

[ UK /d‍ʒˌækɐɹˈændɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an important Brazilian timber tree yielding a heavy hard dark-colored wood streaked with black
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How To Use jacaranda In A Sentence

  • The jacaranda, purple contrast to the yellow of the sun, toned to the blue of the sky. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
  • The lavender-blue clusters of the jacaranda are seen in the Zone 9 gardens here, but this tree is fully hardy in Zone 10.
  • Molina's crew trims hedges, mows grass, and has planted bougainvillea, jacaranda, queen palms and hibiscus.
  • The house is looking a little the worse for the weather, but still retains its splendour, with beautiful gardens, including an old jacaranda tree and a broad bed of agapanthus and wild rhubarb.
  • Some of the jacarandas and plane trees that used to line the streets of the suburb still exist in the grounds of the Technikon, together with a row of charming houses in Louise Street on the campus.
  • The focal point of the park is the now defunct fountain, surrounded by conifers, oaks, planes, jacarandas, and tipiana trees dropping their yellow blossoms.
  • It is a visual and sensory pleasure, choked with dazzling flowers of every variety, from the voluptuous deep blue of the jacaranda tree, to the multi-coloured bougainvillea or the bountiful hibiscus and begonias.
  • Many have abundant gardens, with brilliant red poppies, orange marigolds, blue flax, pink clematis and jacaranda, and large cypress and eucalyptus trees.
  • Depending on the month of your excursion the yellow poui, the red flamboyant, or the lavender jacaranda trees will be in bloom.
  • She waited for fear to come at the thought of being as vulnerable as a jacaranda bud. EDEN BURNING
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