Jacaranda is a genus species of flowering plants native to tropical and subtropical regions. Here in Africa, the Jacaranda is most common in Zambia, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya. The Jacaranda trees range in size from 20 to 30 metres (66 to 98 ft) tall. Its flowers are produced in conspicuous large panicles, each flower with a five-lobed blue to purple-blue color.
In Kenya, the Jacaranda blooms between the months of October and December. You must agree it is a wonderful feeling walking under the alluring blooms and watching how the flowers beautifully litter the ground.
This has inspired us to run an exciting giveaway competition! From the 19th of October to the 28th (exactly 10 days), we will be running a competition on all our online platforms. We are offering free goodies that are emblematic of ethical fashion. All you have to do is follow the following simple rules:
- Make sure your are following our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages,
- Take a beautiful picture of a Jacaranda tree/plant/flower in full bloom and tag us on any of our pages.
- Photos must be original.
The giveaway closes at midnight, on the 28th of October. The winner and runner-up will be announced the next day on Saturday the 29th. Remember, you can be creative as you can with your Jacaranda pictures!
Exciting gifts that are purely elements of ethical fashion are up for grabs so do not miss out on your chance to step up your wardrobe game, simply by spotting Jacaranda beauty around the city.