Perth Jacaranda Blooms – Beautiful Purple Flowers Wow City
Multiple Perth suburbs are looking spectacular right now, with hundreds of Perth Jacaranda trees in full bloom.
Yes, Perth is “Jacarana heaven” right now, as Louise Scott from Tourism WA tweeted recently.
The Jacaranda is a sub-tropical tree native to south-central America, but is now common in many of Australia’s major cities – especially here in Perth.
Many of Perth’s older ‘burbs are lined with Jacaranda trees – some of the best are in Applecross and Mount Pleasant near Canning Highway, Subiaco, Nedlands and Peppermint Grove in the western suburbs and Mount Lawley and Inglewood, just north of Perth City; Burswood and Victoria Park just east of the city.
Lexy Sargent photo from Applecross
Perth Jacaranda blooms – Applecross
It’s hard to capture the stunning beauty of the flowering jacaranda’s lining the streets in Applecross. So pretty! @tweetperth@perthlife_ pic.twitter.com/zBVPqrYD0vAdvertisement
— Vanessa Brown (@nessa_b117) December 5, 2016
— Louise Scott (@purplelouise22) December 3, 2016
Instagram and Twitter users have been going Jacaranda crazy, with beautiful photography of the blooms flooding Perth social media in recent days.
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