Jacaranda at the University of Sydney
One of the most significant trees in Sydney is the Jacaranda planted in 1928 by professor of literature E.G. Waterhouse at the Sydney University. This lady is without a doubt a survivor being the only successful planting after few previous attempts were lost to student pranks or ended up in someone’s private backyard. Healthy and blooming at 12 meters high it now plays a trick of its own flowering when students are to study hard for the exams.