|A good specimen - library pic - not mine|
Jacaranda mimosaefolia is a sub-tropical tree from South America which is cultivated in many warm parts of the world. It has very delicate finely divided foliage, sometimes leading to the common name fern tree. In the UK I have only ever seen small foliage plants grown for bedding or floral decoration. Indoors it is useless as it readily drops hundreds of tiny leaflets making a total mess and ending up looking a skeletal mess.
|See what I mean - big blue hyacinths!|
|Unpruned tree in private garden|
|Tree in car park|
|This is sadly the usual treatment!|