The beautiful Jacaranda tree that can be seen in many places in Sydney, Grafton and other parts of NSW, Queensland and even Australia, is a sub-tropical tree native to Brazil that has been widely planted elsewhere because of its attractive and long-lasting pale indigo flowers. From October onwards, everyone will notice streets turn pale purple or indigo colours. The timber is as beautiful, if not more! It is creamy or oatmeal in colour, and has tight grains. It is a lighter wood, with narrow growth rings. It works well and has a natural lustre. While not a commercial timber, it is a valuable timber for turning and carving.

Material type: Wood

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