Did you notice the scarcity of purple flowers in San Diego this spring? Our arborist, Chuck Morgan, recently spoke with Brooke Martell of NBC 7 to shed light on the blooming phenomenon (or lack there of). According to Morgan, the Jacaranda trees, renowned for their vibrant purple flowers, bloomed later than usual due to the prevailing low ambient temperatures and cloudy skies. Originating from South America, these non-native trees typically burst into color during the early or mid-May period. You can watch the full news feature on this topic here.
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