Jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia)

 
 
 
 

Family - Bignoniaceae.

Distribution - Originally from Argentina. One of South Africa's most famous street trees. Recently classified as an invasive alien and no longer allowed to be planted in South Africa.

Other names: Mimosa, Alba, Jacaranda-acutifolia

Characteristics: A close grained and attractive wood. White in colour with attractive markings and a fine texture. The timber weighs 610 kg/m3 when dried.

Working qualities: Easy to work. Glues, sands and stains well.

Uses: Furniture, turnery, cupboard doors and boxes.

 
 
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