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Sep 21, Take cuttings in the spring or early summer to propagate your mimosa tree. Cut at an angle a two-inch-long side shoot with a piece of old wood attached (a “heel”). Remove the lower leaves from the cutting, allowing two upper leaves to remain. Insert the severed end of the cutting into a two-inch planter pot filled with moistened peat moss. Jan 08, Mimosa Tree Commonly known as the mimosa tree or silk tree, Albizia julibrissin is an attractive yet invasive tree that is threatening Florida's landscape.

Originally from China, the mimosa tree has been a popular landscape tree in Florida for many years because of its fragrant pink flowers and feathery, fern-like foliage. Like most turf replacements, this plant wants to spread. If you don't want that, keep it hemmed in by using a barrier or by trimming.

I would love to grow one and it stay alive for a lot of years.

Propagation: Seed or cuttings. Seeds are available through the Florida Wildflowers Growers Cooperative. Availability: Native nurseries. Feb 02, Powderpuff mimosa can be planted in full sun or partial shade.

New plants can easily be started from cuttings, or you can purchase container grown plants. Water new plants regularly to get them established. Once established, they should be quite drought tolerant. Mimosa (Albizia julibrissin) trees thrive in U.S.

Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 9. It’s a stunning landscape tree that houses wildlife and provides shade to humans. The mimosa is a small to medium size tree that matures to feet tall.

Mature trees open to a “V” shape, allowing full sun exposure to the many branches of the white & purple flowering trees.

The mimosa tree is a fast grower, with the ability to put on 2 feet or more of growth during a season.

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