The flowering Pink Jacaranda tree will brighten any day.
The cover shows a delicate branch of jacaranda. Open the cards to a fabulous 3-D pop-up of a dazzling pink tree in full bloom.
This is a card for people who love PINK. The cover is pink, the 3-D jacaranda inside is shocking pink, the inside cover is pink, and embellished with pink blossoms that fell from the PINK jacaranda.
Give this card with love, for good cheer, affection, mother’s day, birthdays, Pride Day.
The flowering Pink Jacaranda tree is a life-affirming card in time of Coronavirus.
Look on the pink side of life.
Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.
Life is the flower for which love is the honey.
Love is flower like; Friendship is like a sheltering tree.
Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.
All things share the same breath – the beast, the tree, the man. The air shares its spirit with all life.
About the tree:
Jacaranda trees remind us of Japan, Mexico, and Florida. The pink Jacaranda tree is slender, the trunk is rarely straight, and the branches are also crooked. When in bloom the tree is very showy, and resembles a cherry tree.
For gardeners: the Jacaranda is pretty in pink, by Robert Haehle
“Stereospermum kunthianum, the African pink jacaranda, produces lots of pink trumpet-shaped blooms from February to April. The bright blooms cover the tree particularly heavily after extended drought periods. They are carried in large pendulous panicles and appear before the new foliage emerges. Individual blooms are 1 1/4 to 2 inches wide and 1 1/4 inches long. The lower corolla lip is streaked with red markings, standing out against the overall pink coloration.
The foliage is pinnate with an average of four pairs of leaflets and terminal leaflet. The overall leaf averages 10 inches in length with leaflets about 3 1/4 inches long and 1 1/4 inches wide. Leaves are green above and yellow-green below with prominent veins.
The pink jacaranda varies considerably in size depending on where it grows. Trees growing in moist locations can attain 40 feet in height, whereas trees in very dry rocky areas may only reach 10-15 feet. The dark gray bark sometimes peels like a sycamore, which is ornamental. Sandy well-drained soil and sun are preferred for best growth.”