Jacaranda trees are saluting the arrival of the Australian summer with a magnificent display of purple across the towns and suburbs this month.
The gorgeous trees, native to Central and South America but common across Australia, bloom in to flower in late-spring /early summer.
Purple haze. The afternoon sun catches the end of jacaranda season (yes even in Melbourne.) #fitzroynorth #melbourn… pic.twitter.com/OD0zQdHi3N
— Kim (@KimAroundTown) November 22, 2015
— Queensland Australia (@Queensland) November 25, 2015
Bland St & Monk Avenue Como @CitySouthPerth are covered in a sea of purple. #jacaranda #bestofspring pic.twitter.com/fbm0oZ3oXe — Kensington Police (@KensingtonPol) November 18, 2015
Summers here 🙂 Jacaranda looking gorgeous @unimelb #dookieagcollege. pic.twitter.com/MhY9B6kJNN
— Charlotte Aves (@CharlieAves) November 26, 2015
Give yourself time to stop and enjoy the spectacular #jacaranda avenues around #Adelaide. @LGAofSA @CityofAdelaide pic.twitter.com/HPq7VYT7GA
— Keith Conlon (@KeithConlon) November 19, 2015
TOP IMAGE: Via Hello Sunshine / Queensland Australia