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Synonyms for jacaranda

an important Brazilian timber tree yielding a heavy hard dark-colored wood streaked with black

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Finalmente, regrese a mi casa con un calor insoportable, un poquito ya de mal humor y sin prestarle atencion a las jacarandas borrachas de sol, recorde, la neta, la verdad.
En total, el Central Parktiene cuatro areas verdes con vegetacion nativa, melia (meliaazedarach), jacaranda (jacaranda acutifolia), heliotropo (heliotropiumarborescens) y arequipena (gypsophilapaniculata).
En perfecto orden, subrayan el dibujo oblicuo de avenidas como Nuevo Leon, en la colonia Condesa, o Diagonal San Antonio en Narvarte, y alternando con pequenas jacarandas, ayudan a sobrellevar algunas tardes melancolicas en las proximidades de Doctor Vertiz.
Once jacarandas bloom, you know that warm weather is on its way, since,, in Los Angeles,, they flower during a span of approximately eight weeks from late spring through early summer.
For example when we were in development of the feature Jacaranda and went to Grafton, I saw a large and theatrical metal crown on top of the clock tower near the main square.
A jacaranda in flower overwhelms everyone who sees it.
Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon propuso lo que siempre dijo que se debia hacer en el Zocalo y que casi todos secundaron: repavimentacion y doble hilera de jacarandas del lado poniente y alrededor de la Catedral.
Los Angeles is full of such streets, but just as striking are the jacarandas in Elysian Park.
El gobierno del Distrito Federal dio a conocer el pasado 30 de marzo la maqueta ganadora del concurso de rehabilitacion del Zocalo que considera la instalacion de hileras de jacarandas, modulos de bebidas, surtidores de agua en forma de chorros, 18 columnas iluminadas que sostendran emblemas festivos y que con el viento generaran sonido, dos hileras de arbotantes que alumbraran la ruta hacia el Templo Mayor, se retiraran las rejas del atrio de la Catedral, se nivelaran todas las plataformas de la plaza y se quitara el monumento donde esta marcado el crecimiento de la ciudad desde la fundacion de Mexico-Tenochtitlan.
Jacarandas go through a brief period of leaflessness in late winter or early spring.
The two-acre farm has sprawling lawns shaded by giant jacarandas, pines and fruit trees and a long bocce ball court tucked behind huge rose bushes and morning glory hedges.
Sycamores and jacarandas are common trees in local valleys that can go two to three years between trims, while ornamentals such as olive trees require more frequent (translate: expensive) care.
They chose jacarandas, which can be messy, but I'm happy because I'd rather have their blue flowers dropping on my car than big branches.
Jacarandas also need full sun to grow and flower their best, so check if your tree is shaded.
In the forests of Brazil, Argentina and Peru, jacarandas are known to flower with special intensity following prolonged dry spells.