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The Mimosa Tree is an American favorite with unique pink stamen which appear as a cluster of silky threads. Known as the silk in Japanese or the 'night sleeper' in Persian, the Mimosa Tree has fern like leaflets which fold and droop downward when the sun sets. The  "Rosea" species sold by TyTy Nursery is native to northern Korea and China and is more cold tolerant than other species of Mimosa. The Mimosa tree often grows to 30-40ft and is glorious when planted near balconies, and begins blooming in Summer, and the tree may re-bloom at intervals.

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•     The blooms of a Mimosa Tree stand out against the dark fern-like leaves, and will grow from Zone 6 to Zone 10.The Flowering Mimosa Tree was introduced into the U.S. from the Orient and is often called the "silk tree. its popularity comes from the delicate fern-like leaflets and gorgeous flowers.

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mimosa tree June 14, 2015
Reviewer: Elena Perri from Old Saybrook, CT United States  
nice shape

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nice tree June 1, 2015
Reviewer: KATHIE GULLETT from ROBINSON, IL United States  
leafing out nicely

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mimosa trees May 27, 2015
Reviewer: Gerald Palmer from Brandon, MS United States  
One had lots of roots and could do ok. The other only had a taproot so the jury is still out.

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Too soon to tell May 6, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Broken Arrow, OK United States  
This is really a bare-root tree, no foliage at all. Hopefully it takes off! Well packaged, only 4-stars because it's really too soon to tell.

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Good size April 24, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Syracuse, NY United States  
Beside the banana, this is a good size, bigger than I expect.

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