Jacaranda Tree Report
Laguna Beach, Ca. 92651
On September 12, 2003, I inspected one (Jacaranda mimosifolia) located at the job site on lot #127. See Topographic Map for location.
The Jacaranda is a healthy mature tree growing on a slope with other mature trees and vegetation. This tree is not a Candidate Heritage Tree and is not a Heritage Tree registered with the City of Laguna Beach, Ca. With the current house footprint and driveway alignment the tree will suffer no damage to it’s root system.
photo 1. Jacaranda - Gainsborough way, Laguna Beach.
· Install a construction fence around the tree at the drip line.
· Keep the fenced area clear of building materials, waste, and excess soil.
· Avoid grade changes within the drip line.
Tree Summary and History
25 – 40 ft.
15 – 30 ft.
Zones 12,13 15-24:H1, H2
Late Winter/Early Spring
Late Spring/Early Summer
Summary / Conclusion
Thank you for calling on my services with your questions regarding your Jacaranda tree. Protect the tree with a construction fence and inform contractors and sub contractors working on the project to remain outside of fence.
If you have any questions concerning this report or if I can be of further service to you, please call me at any time.
Craig de Pfyffer
Certificate # WE-6533A
Expiration Date: 12-31-2005
Although all the recommendations in this report are based on sound and accepted horticultural practices, the author cannot be held responsible for the final outcome of the recommendations, or any liabilities associated with this project. Tree inspections, in this case, do not cover internal cavities, structural defects, or diseases with non visible symptoms.
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGNS ARBORIST
P.O. Box 247, Laguna Beach, CA. 92652
Tel: (800) 811-3010 Fax: (800) 811-3014