It’s Jacaranda season in Sydney – that time of the year when the city is gripped in smurf-like fever. You will find these beautiful trees laden with blue/purple flowers all around the Sydney CBD and it’s suburbs.
Recently, the current and former alumni of the University of Sydney mourned the collapse of 88 year old Jacaranda tree, which had been flowering in the campus since 1928. There’s a common folklore that any undergraduate who hasn’t studied when the first bloom appears on the tree, will fail the exams.
|The 88 year old Jacaranda Tree that collapsed on 28th October
(Clicked on 17th Oct)