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(Coroba, Jacaranda)

The extra large, violet-blue flowers of this jacaranda are exquisite! During the warmth of spring and summer, when soils remain dry, it bears large airy clusters of trumpet-shaped blooms. Flowers often appear before the leaves have fully emerged. This native of the hills of southern Brazil and northern Argentina is a large, deciduous tree that develops an open, rounded, sometimes irregular canopy when mature.

Ferny foliage of medium to dark green cover its branches throughout the growing season....

Image of Jacaranda mimosifolia photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Guarupa, Jacaranda)

Few trees are as beautiful as this glorious, subtropical jacaranda. In spring, it bears magnificent large clusters of lavender-blue flowers. These often bloom before the leaves have fully emerged, which gives the vibrant blooms center stage for attention. This native of the forests of Paraguay, Bolivia, and northwestern Argentina is a medium-size, deciduous tree that develops an open, rounded, sometimes irregular canopy when mature.

Ferny foliage of medium to dark green cover its branches throughout...

Image of Jacaranda obtusifolia photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Fernleaf Jacaranda, Jacaranda)

Frilly and lacy foliage casts light shade and pastel lavender flowers appear in spring on the fernleaf jacaranda. Flower clusters often bloom before the leaves have fully emerged, which gives the flowers center stage. This species is native to the highland forests of North and Central South America, from Venezuela to Bolivia. It's a semi-evergreen to fully deciduous tropical tree that develops an open, irregular, somewhat domed canopy when mature.

Ferny foliage of medium green cover the branches...

(Elongate Jasmine)

A widely variable, clambering shrubby vine (or vine-like shrub), the elongate jasmine has "ear-like" leaves and fragrant white flowers during the warm months. This tropical, frost-tender evergreen is native to an expansive area of Asia, from India and China southeastward all the way to northern Australia.

The dark green leaves are very glossy when young, but become satiny to matte as they mature. They are arranged opposite each other on the stems. Each leaf blade is an elongated oval with yellow...

Image of Jasminum sambac photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Arabian Jasmine)

Arabian jasmine has been cultivated since ancient times for its intensely fragrant, white flowers. Widespread in distribution, the species is thought to have originated in southern Asia and was probably brought by traders to the Middle East and other areas. Its blossoms are used in China to make jasmine tea, for fragrant leis in Hawaii and the Philippines, and in the manufacture of perfume. It is the national flower of both Indonesia and the Philippines.

The stems of this shrubby, evergreen,...

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Grandiflora

(Arabian Jasmine, Grand Duke of Tuscany Jasmine)

Arabian jasmine has been cultivated since ancient times for its intensely fragrant, white flowers. Widespread in distribution, this shrubby, evergreen climber is thought to have originated in southern Asia, and was probably brought by traders to the Middle East and other areas. Its blossoms are used in China to make jasmine tea, for fragrant leis in Hawaii and the Philippines, and in the manufacture of perfume. It is the national flower of both Indonesia and the Philippines.

The cultivar...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Arabian Jasmine, Maid in Orleans Jasmine)

Arabian jasmine has been cultivated since ancient times for its intensely fragrant, white flowers. Widespread in distribution, this shrubby, evergreen climber is thought to have originated in southern Asia, and was probably brought by traders to the Middle East and other areas. Its blossoms are used in China to make jasmine tea, for fragrant leis in Hawaii and the Philippines, and in the manufacture of perfume. It is the national flower of both Indonesia and the Philippines.

The cultivar...

Image of Jasminum volubile photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Wax Jasmine)

A variable woody plant that may be grown as a spreading shrub or an upright vine, wax jasmine is loved for its glossy leaves and fragrant white flowers. This frost-tender tropical evergreen is native to the wet and dry coastal rainforests of Australia, from northern Western Australia to eastern New South Wales.

The pointed oval leaves are a rich jade green and are attractively glossy. They occur in opposite pairs on branches. Stem tips develop loose clusters of white flowers most heavily in the...

Image of Jatropha integerrima photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Peregrina)

Bearing showy clusters of starry bright red or pink flowers through much of the year, this broadleaf evergreen from Cuba and the West Indies is a popular greenhouse and patio plant. Its multiple stems eventually form a large shrub or small tree. The large shiny dark green leaves are variable in shape but usually three-lobed. They are bronze-tinged when young. Small inconspicuous purplish-green fruits are sometimes produced. Look for 'Compacta,' a slow-growing, prolifically flowering selection.

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Image of Jungermannia polymorpha photo by: Bernd Haynold, Wikipedia Commons Contributor

Bernd Haynold, Wikipedia Commons Contributor

(Common Liverwort, Marchantia)

A low-growing mat of green growing in a sunny location is usually a telltale sign of the common liverwort. It looks somewhat similar to the closely-related mosses and hornworts. The common liverwort is a primitive, non-vascular plant native to all parts of the world, from the tropics to the polar tundra, in a wide array of habitats from cliffs, heath lands, bogs and forests. Liverworts do not flower, but reproduce with spores or by developing more vegetative growth. They also have two physical forms...