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The tree is originally from China, where it is balanced in the ecosystem. cupressiformis Ali & Faruqi Vachellia nilotica subsp. It may need some nourishment as well, and your ag agent can give you info on what to feed it. Question: Can you grow a mimosa tree from seeds? I'm a little surprised that they don't do that here. If they are, as some people have suggested, such a nuisance, where have they gone? As I have said, they grow easily and fast, and recover from most things very well. No part of this strain of mimosa was listed as toxic, and its parts are regularly utilized as food by both domestic livestock and wild animals. I have 2 in my yard and one of them is a monster and still blooms each year! I think every area of the country has trees native to the area that are less than appreciated. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on September 28, 2014: Sujaya Venkatesh, thank you for stopping by. Answer: I recommend you search tree nurseries near where you live as well as nurseries here in the states. I saw my first Mimosa tree yesterday, actually it was in bloom. The USDA Forest Service and ecology experts agree that it out-competes native species and threatens habitats. Mimosa/Silk Tree (Albizia julibrissin) is identified as a non-native and invasive weed in the US. Here in North Texas we will have temps in the low hundreds (100-108º F.) within the next few days and transplanting a tree of any size in those temperatures would likely kill it. I'm so glad you love these trees as much as I do and that you enjoyed this article! Please don't be jealous just because mimosa trees are SO BEAUTIFUL !!!! C E Clark (author) from North Texas on November 27, 2017: Brian, thank you for your inquiry. They looked like spindly weeds growing and some people might have thought that's what they were if they didn't know better. Vache I have no idea what you are talking about. tall in 2 years. You may end up with many more trees than you wanted. I do not recommend you plant mimosa trees very near sidewalks, foundations, driveways, etc., because they will lift them up and crack them. Brian Pantalleresco on November 22, 2017: Can you please guide me to buy Red rare mimosa seeds. Thank you for the article and information. They may need to do a soil analysis. Be sure to keep the seed pods away from animals and children. Usually, it adds two or more feet of height per year. Shyron E Shenko from Texas on June 17, 2017: Au fait, I think you know that I am a tree lover/hugger with the exception of the mesquite/devil tree. Yet they remain popular with a lot of people. Yes, some people who aren't aware of the correct name of the tree go by the sounds they hear when other people are talking about them and somewhere along the way mimosa becomes formosa or something else similar in pronunciation. Ms. Clark has a solid appreciation for hard science and likes to share interesting things she learns in the course of her research. The only things I can suggest is that you check with your local nurseries if you are in the South where mimosas are most common -- they may be able to order them if they aren't in stock, and that you check on nurseries online. Trees need water as much as grass does. Butternut trees up north is one tree that comes to mind. Plant these trees away from your pool and away from your neighbor's pool. Wherever the seed pod lands, a mimosa tree is likely to sprout and start growing. This is a fact regardless of personal experience or feelings towards them. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/grow-mimosa-tree-seed... C E Clark (author) from North Texas on June 28, 2018: Debra Andrews, thank you for stopping by. My best advice is to contact your local or regional agricultural county agent. http://www.bonsai-bci.com/species/acacia.html, Thanks for the quick resposes. I recommend you contact your local county agent for free advice on this subject. They're impossible to kill! I have never paid attention to that. I talked to the neighbor, an took some pictures. http://www.regionalconservation.org/beta/nfyn/plantdetail.asp?tx=Acacpine. As short as a week or two. :). Mine have thorns, like a rose bush. They love to anchor next to a structure or other plants. Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Davesgarden.com, http://www.bonsai-bci.com/species/acacia.html, http://www.regionalconservation.org/beta/nfyn/plantdetail.asp?tx=Acacpine. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on August 24, 2016: Colorfulone, thank you for reading and commenting! While the trees you suggest as substitutes are plentiful here, and very lovely, they can't replace mimosa trees in my mind. When i got back to Michigan today, i looked up this tree and came to your site. You value pretty over decimating ecosystems. Since the school bus regularly backed into and knocked over my mailbox, I was happy to let it grow. and help would be appreciated. After 20 years most mimosa trees rarely blossom, etc., and don't live much longer. I would love to have one of these in my yard now that I know the name. i heard that there is suppose to be a tree that gives the mimosa a virus that kills it. Now there is no shade at all. Question: I had a mimosa tree for twenty-two years. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on September 27, 2014: Diane Ayers, thank you for stopping by. Mine has a hole /pot at the base what can I seal it with ? C E Clark (author) from North Texas on August 14, 2019: Jay from Portland, thank you for commenting and sharing your experience with your mimosa tree. Most of the time mimosa trees will grow like weeds and once it is established and starts producing seed pods it will likely fill your yard with more mimosa trees unless you remove them or cut them along with the grass. I fell in the snow and received a "thorn prick" in my right hand from this tree when I was seeking something to brace my fall. I live in northern middle tennessee. First I would advise you, as I have several before you, to contact your county agriculture agent. It does concern me about the seed pods being poisonous I do have chickens but they are cooped up as long as I can keep the pods away from their living space I think I could definitely make it work. If it does manage to blossom again you may want to be sure to gather some of its seedpods so that you can start a new tree (or several new trees) that would be offspring of your tree, and so continue the wonderful history of your tree. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on June 02, 2020: C E Clark (author) from North Texas on August 18, 2019: Janie, thank you for your inquiry. I really wanted to get some of its seeds to see if I could get some tall mimosas to grow for me. Good luck! Apache Rose, thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences with mimosa trees. Be patient. One is partnered with a lilac here. Answer: I have seen some mimosas that were so big that they were almost certainly strong enough for a child's swing, but even so, I would be hesitant to put a swing on any of the branches since they do break quite easily. One thing people do not mention, but it makes lots of mess! Terrible Tree #1 -- Mimosa (Albizia julibrissin) What's wrong with it: Weedy, short-lived, insect- and disease-prone, invasive roots, unattractive most of the year. Here in North Texas they are highly desirable because they are not native. When those two things come together lots of people who don't water their trees lose many of their trees. Problem is that it close to the country road and also has power lights from the road to my house growing thru it so I have to trim it from time to time although I don't want to. They will crack any concrete you have surrounding it and drop blossoms and leaves etc. :). Grass grew just fine under the mimosa tree in my front yard where I lived here in North Texas several years ago, so it might also be the kind of grass planted there. Or could this be some kind of ground cover that the leaves look like a mimosa? Mimosa trees are not trusting that bad weather is over. While these trees are beautiful and powerful, their effect on the natural environment can be problematic outside of their natural ecosystem. There is no charge as our taxes pay for this service whether anyone uses it or not, so why not use it? Perhaps along the property line would be good so that you can readily view them hopefully without their encountering sidewalks or driveways or foundations. I have added more information about mimosa to this article, though I believe I have sufficiently let people know that in some parts of the country it is considered invasive. The main branches had worm holes in them. I decided to introduce mimosa tree here for everybody to see, enjoy & appreciate its beauty for many years to come. Thanks for letting us know! Drought-tolerant and adaptable, the trees offer soft summer foliage and fall color. Here in Texas during the rainy season one must usually cut their grass at least twice a week, sometimes even three times. The first vision of those blossoms has remained with me for years. The mimosa, I am told, is a strong competitor to native trees and shrubs in open areas or forest edges. I've been battling these monsters for years. Ive thoroughly research info about the mimosa tree. In my opinion, it would be better to choose a different tree for the swing. Glad you have a starting point. http://gardenoftomorrow.com/mimosa-albizia-julibri... C E Clark (author) from North Texas on February 22, 2018: Rachel, thank you for taking time to comment. Thanks to you I have added more information about mimosa ground cover to this article. The neighbor on his other side just planted a mimosa sapling in her yard and when the one neighbor came home and saw it, he went ballistic. My mother used to have some in a pot, and when we kids touched it, it’s leaves would quickly fold up. To me these trees are far less desirable. The mimosa tree grows quite quickly. Rake the pods up regularly to prevent anyone from putting them in their mouths. Every county has an extension office so far as I know. Reply. Many desert plants have similar thorns on them. So please better than my neighbor and mindful of your trees. There are a couple of close-ups of mimosa flowers in this article. Bees utilize powderpuff as a pollen source while little sulphur butterfly caterpillars (Pyristia lisa) feed on the foliage. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on August 23, 2017: Kim, from Taylor, MI, thank you for taking time to comment. Mimosas are usually quite hardy, and the danger comes more from strong winds. Rake them up as soon as they begin to fall, and teach your little ones and all of your children never to put the seedpods in their mouths. Grass has grown under all the mimosa trees I have had over the years. The Acacia's belong to the family "Mimosaceae", and until recently was known as the " Mimosa Tree". Some of the places where I have lived in Texas have had mimosa trees right near my front door. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on July 05, 2016: J.Stone, thank you for sharing your experience with mimosa trees. I have seen some huge mimosas and sometimes the ground directly around the tree trunk is a little sparse. Since height and extensive branches are important to the flowering of the tree, it would be a good idea to have this in mind when trimming the tree so as not to stunt the development of the tree itself, or the blossoms. Thanks for the information on these trees. Believe you me, it may be that they don't happen to cluster in your area, but I have seen them regularly that way in McCracken County, Kentucky. There are soft thorns or hairs all over the trunk ... Q. Trunk Split Repair - I have a Mimosa tree with a split in the main trunk at a Y. They are easy to grow in the moderate to warm climates. Fragrant Mimosa (Mimosa borealis) is … Answer: When you are certain the last freeze of the spring season has passed, it should be safe to plant your tree in the ground. ... Florida Tree & Ground Maintenance. The young and tender thorns are green and soft. Anyway, the lilac is still thriving and Mimosa is at least thirty feet tall and up until this year has bloomed beautifully. Larry in Gowdy Indiana, thank you for sharing your experience with mimosa trees and for your inquiry. Therefore, it can reach its maximum height of 20 to 40 feet in just 10 to 20 years. . I started plants from seeds a month ago.The seeds don't germinate easily. Good luck with the mimosa project! The seedpods are poisonous at all times and the seeds within are even more so. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on July 06, 2019: Bobbie O'Brien, thank you for reading this article and for sharing your thoughts on this beautiful tree. Mimosa with pink flowers blooming in the middle of hot summer days & it's gorgeous canapé providing us with much needed shade. The leaflets are Growing up in Houston, we had a mimosa tree in our front yard. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on October 17, 2018: Thank you Peggy Woods, for revisiting this article. I hope you and your neighbors can come to an amicable solution. I recommend that you call your county agricultural agent located in your county's extension office, and see what s/he may know about your situation. Comment: Yes, I know. They will know what is going on with your tree, and can even test the soil if need be. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on October 14, 2017: Diane, thank you for your lovely comment. Much as they make a beautiful centerpiece for the front lawn, I believe if I were planting them I would put them along the backyard fence line so hopefully they would be well away from both mine and the neighbors concrete work. My cats name was Pinky, because she was attracted to the color pink! Angels are on the way to you this afternoon ps. They should be able to answer any questions, and it is a free government service. They fold up at night, usually at dusk before it gets totally dark. Fruits are produced in the fall and are contained in tan seedpods. It has small mimosa type leaves, but sharp thorns/needles. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on October 06, 2016: Bruce, thank you for your comment. I have never heard anyone complain about them. Good luck! Time to do so again. A tree that is defoliated by this disease will produce spores long after the plant has died. Sadly it was cut down to make room for a new housing development. It's possible that there's something wrong with the soil your trees are growing in, or that they may not be getting enough water. I say yards because I lived in different locations and several had mimosa trees. Do not allow livestock, pets, or especially children to put the seedpods or seeds in their mouths. If you have trees that provide cover, seedlings will take hold before you know it. Question: When do you plant a mimosa tree from the pot that it came in, into the ground? They should be able to answer your question and that service is free, paid for by tax dollars, so take advantage of it. It is a fast-growing ornamental tree that can reach up to 30 feet or slightly more in height. It keeps getting bigger and bigger but blooms every year. I was visiting my son in Centerville Ohio, and i just happened to glance in his neighbors yard, and i saw this beautiful pink airy flower. They like to be positive. The roots persist however, and sprout so that masses of … They fold up within seconds of being disturbed. tall, compact completely around symmetrical boost Fern like leaves with great pink seed pods that factor without delay up above the leaves. the thorns are wicked! Question: It's mid-May and my mimosa tree has no leaves. :). You didn't say where you live, so it could be that you are going to have an early autumn. Make sure to give the tree plenty of water when you transplant it and for several weeks after. Answer: Here in North Texas where I live, mimosa trees are easy to grow from seeds. To find your county ag agent go to Google and put the name of your country, plus ag agent in the search box. They smell wonderful, and they are my favorite trees in Texas, which is the first place I am aware of having seen them. Acacia dealbata, or winter mimosa tree, is a bush that is simply beautiful thanks to its golden yellow blooming. Question: Do any mimosa trees have a different type of flower than the puffy feathery ones? Some information states that the seedpods are often used as livestock feed while other information says the seedpods and seeds are the most noxious part of the plant, and can, at the extreme, cause death. They germinate in a few days. My grandfather truly despised them, however, and said they could root anywhere, to include IN the shingles of the roof, inside cracks of concrete without soil, and directly next to other trees or structures. I have never seen dense clumps of Mimosa. I do not know what would be the best actions to take to get rid of these small spouts you describe. Answer: I would advise you to contact your county agricultural extension service that is a free service paid for by your tax dollars. In fact, it's usually easier. The Mimosa hostilis plant is a bushy tree that can grow up to 8 meters in height. I'm not sure where they started in my neighborhood years ago, but i now have volunteer mimosa trees along my garage. There was also a very straight tall mimosa about a block from where I lived. It is a "severe" threat in GA, FL, TN and "significant" threat in SC, KY, and VA. http://www.invasive.org/south/seweeds.cfm http://www.na.fs.fed.us/fhp/invasive_plants/weeds/... May I suggest two edits to the main article to help with responsible horticulture: 1) Add a disclaimer plainly stating that mimosa/silk tree is non-native to the US and may be locally designated as invasive or noxious. I would say, by the size of it, that it has to be well beyond 20 years old! Creeping Wattle (Acacia saligna) Creeping wattle, sometimes known as blue leaf wattle, can be a … If so, are there any rules or directions to get a good start? When they bloom, the whole yard smells good & they look like a fairyland with dozens of hummingbirds & butterflies all over them! I live out in the country no sidewalks but the side yard has no trees whatsoever. Each tree grows to this height at different rates, based on soil nutrients and moisture availability. Question: I've had my mimosa tree for 3-4 years and it hasn't bloomed yet. Example: Marsh county Indiana agriculture agent. No one is planting trees to annoy this neighbor and I haven't commented on his fricken burmuda grass taking over my lawn. Sumac, additionally understand as Stag Horn tree, lower back 20 - 25 feet. There seemed to be a fairytale like cloud of pink cotton candy above me due to the folding of the mimosa tree’s leaves, making them invisible in the low light. I have seen one in Kalamazoo and a few around Austin, Texas. They're definitely not invasive here, though there are plenty of other things that are. Such beauty to behold! C E Clark (author) from North Texas on June 20, 2017: Heather, I'm so glad you love the mimosa trees like I do! I'm so glad this article has been useful for you and that you enjoyed it. Is the tree dying? Its deciduous nature allows the warming sun to penetrate during the winter. It has been widely planted in the U. S. as an ornamental and has escaped cultivation, naturalizing in many areas of the southeastern U.S. and California. Or is it the shade from the mimosa tree that might be impacting it? I do know that they will grow like weeds if they are not kept in check, but the people here in the city where I live in North Texas do keep them in check, as I did when I had them in my yard. I also recall that we used the seeds often for crafts, staying away from all the oleanders which were touted as poisonous. And the blossoms can be messy too, but they are so, so magical at dusk when only the blossoms are visible and they seem to be huge floating clouds. Their advice is professional and free. Plants in the genus Acacia may be called mimosa, wattle, thorn-trees, acacia or prickly Moses. . I'm sure you don't want to harm the tree by putting too much weight on any of the branches, but more importantly, it would be terrible if the branch were to break while a child was on the swing or anywhere beneath the branch that broke. :). But. Weed killers do more than just kill weeds -- at least in my experience, and they end up in the storm drains and next they're on your dining room table. It is middle August and just lost a lot of leaves. tall, compact, symmetrical shape with lacey blue blossoms that fill the air with the heady scent of apricots. Not only recover but quickly. The mimosa tree is cold weather tolerant and has been known to survive temperatures as cold as -25 degrees Fahrenheit. Glad you have decided not to use chemicals to kill the unwanted trees. I just mowed them over when I cut the grass. into the water continually. - This plant grows like a tree, only A LOT faster. Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on October 15, 2018: It has been 2 years since I have shared this good article about Mimosa trees. Very unusual, and a couple of years ago I went back to the neighborhood where that tree was to get some of its seeds. The faster they grow, the weaker their limbs are likely to be, and the more likely strong winds will damage them. Only Australia has more nasty poisonous critters (bugs, snakes, etc.) I have never been in a situation where I wanted to get rid of this plant. You're best bet is to do as you said and take the seed pods up as soon as you see them start to fall & dispose of them somewhere you don't mind them growing! Vachellia nilotica subsp. Continuing to run over them with the lawn mower will keep them under control, but one could if they wished, pull them up by hand before going over them with mower if one wished. It will be easier to give it a more exact name when it flowers. Question: If a Mimosa is damaged, does it die? Answer: If the damage is severe enough, the tree will die, but most of the time the damage isn't that severe, and the tree will be fine. As another commenter mentioned, mimosa trees do grow a lot like weeds and it's very difficult to get rid of them once they have a good start. The leaflets are 3/4 to 1 1/2 inches long, with small widely spaced teeth. Is it dead? The mimosa ground cover is what some farmers feed their livestock, and the pods and seeds of the mimosa tree that are toxic. Mimosas have all the wonderful things about them described here, where box elders do not, yet they are both 'junk' trees by many people's standards. We didnt mark the seeds and they were all mixed up. Answer: I have generally pruned mimosa trees in the spring, and it has had no ill effect, but these trees often grow like weeds, and as you probably know, it can be pretty difficult to kill some weeds. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on August 14, 2018: FW Sunshine, thank you for sharing your mimosa story. They form long pods that are 5-7 inches long and enclose the seeds. Honey locust trees have thorns of the worst sort all over them, too. Bipinnate simply means that instead of having undivided leaves, the leaves are separated like those of a fern or a palm frond. Answer: Trim it like any other tree, lopping off branches that hang too low, shortening branches that you consider too long. I grew up in North central Texas with a lot of visits to the east Texas Piney Woods where grandma lived. I often wish I could have gotten a photo, but it probably would not have turned out well in such low light anyway. A bagger lawn mower can make the job of picking up the seed pods easier as you can do it at the same time you're cutting your grass. Put Harper County Extension office, Wisconsin,in the Google search box, for example. It serves as a food source for cattle, goats, sheep, and deer. I searched repeatedly to buy mimosas when I replanted one of my front yard beds, then decided on dessert willows based on their drought tolerance and lovely blooms. When small trees erupted in my yard I merely ran them over with my lawn mower along with the grass and they were gone again until next time. The flowers look like little puffballs and resemble those of the cultivated mimosa tree, which are in the same family. You can find your extension office by Googling it. Even when damaged these trees will often bounce back, so -to-speak, and pretty quickly. Or, better yet, prevent it from making pods after it blooms? Fast growing means that it's roots spread quickly. Yes, during certain seasons the mimosa can be a little messy, but there are lots of trees that are even messier. All the mimosa trees here in North Texas that I have actually seen, and there are many, are pink, and yes, the seeds do provide trees that look just like the parent tree. We also have droughts periodically. Fully mature thorns are brittle, and are usually ash gray in color. While I respect those that value the mimosa so long as it is grown with care and not allowed to grow wild, it grows like a weed here in PA. My next store neighbor had a fully grown one until he removed it about a decade ago. then you have the stems coming back up. Just a guess since I've never lived in Kentucky. Its average height is between 20.00 to 40.00 feet. hemispherica Ali & Faruqi Vachellia nilotica subsp. The flowers and leaves are not toxic and some people cook them and eat them like vegetables or make tea from them, but avoid the seedpods and seeds. I just hope it flowers or makes a seed pod this year so we can narrow it down. than Texas. Vachellia nilotica Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Tracheophytes Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Clade: Rosids Order: Fabales Family: Fabaceae Clade: Mimosoideae Genus: Vachellia Species: V. nilotica Binomial name Vachellia nilotica P.J.H.Hurter & Mabb. Here where I am in N. Texas mimosas have never been a problem that I know of. I have a friend that has a lot of these and has offered to give me starters. C E Clark (author) from North Texas on July 25, 2017: John Weidman, thank you for commenting and sharing your experience with these trees. Sharing once again. If I try to replant them elsewhere, how far down in the ground do I dig to get all the roots? I'm thinking about starting to sell them and they will grow anywhere ..shade, sun out of rocks , wood there a wild tree that i love it off all trees they've got to be my absolute favorite of all. Rake them up and dispose of them, or plant them and have more beautiful mimosas. To may friends I describe it as a pretty lady! It has small mimosa type leaves, but sharp thorns/needles. Totally different from the mimosas that had sprawling branches that are most common where I live. The seedpods are poisonous and the seeds within even more so, to humans and animals alike. Many times here in North Texas we have had everything leafed out and blossoms everywhere only to get a hard freeze, and all the blossoms and new leaves are burned off and must start all over. They are so beautiful and smell so fantastic! I suggest you save time by calling first, to determine which of their departments deals with trees. The tree produces numerous seed pods and harbors insect (webworm) and disease (vascular wilt) problems. Answer: Mimosa trees do best with slow acting tree fertilizers. The mimosa tree, sometimes called the Persian silk tree, is a legume that can help enrich the soil where it grows. The sidewalk going to the front door was cracked and broken in a couple of places and the tree stood at least 10 feet from it. Its genus name honors Filippo degli Albizzia, an 18th-century Italian naturalist, who introduced the genus to Italy in 1749. Its specific epithet comes from the Persian word. I had never heard that this can be a threatening, invasive species. Any spores washed into the soil via rain and irrigation will create chlamydospores. It is 2 years old now, looking very good, no blooms this year. And the service is already paid for by your tax dollars, so give them a call or stop in for a visit. They aren't strong and long lived like oaks. 941-613-3613 North Port Acupuncture. In any case, I wish you luck in resolving this problem. I have it in our yard and it is beautiful! inermis) is available. I hope all my readers will take note of that so to save themselves frustrations later. They are absolutely beautiful trees! My next door neighbor, on the other hand apparently believes he has the right to tell me he is going to take a chainsaw to it. Cool. Mimosas don't even have briars or thorns like mesquite or honey locust trees. I don't want to cut them down since they now are huge and blooming beautifully but I don't want damage either. 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