Answer: The trees are spectacular, aren't they? Jacaranda will grow in your gardening zone as long as the weather cooperates. Young trees will need protection from frost. New growth is tender and will be damaged at temperatures below 25F, but established trees will come back after a hard frost. If you plant one, watch it carefully for the first few years. If a cold snap threatens, protect your tree to minimize damage.
I'd be wary of planting willows and cherry trees - both have vigorous, invasive roots. Bamboo is another plant I'd keep in a container rather than planting in the ground!
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