TreesAgain Lot of 3 Mimosa Tree - Albizia julibrissin - starter plugs (See State Restrictions)

Price: $15.99

  • Not Shipping to ID, OR & WA due to Japanese Beetle Quarantine
  • ONLY TREES AGAIN SELLS TREESAGAIN PLANTS. E-Winters Botanicals does NOT have TreesAgain mimosa.
  • Also known as Persian Silk Tree

Albizia julibrissin NORTHERN COLD HARDY 1 Dormant Plant!

Albizia julibrissin NORTHERN COLD HARDY 1 Dormant Plant!

Price: $40.00

  • Up for bid is one small dormant bare root plant of the Hardy Mimosa Tree. This is a beautiful small tree that covers itself in pink powderpuff flowers in summer. It is an upright vase shaped grower, and it's fern like foliage is deciduous. They are hardy to at least USDA zone 5b or colder. These plants would make excellent additions to your rare plant collection, or just make a unique statement in your yard.
  • You are bidding on 1 dormant bare root plant of Albizia julibrissin Northern that is about 8 to 12 inches tall. As always you can save on shipping by buying more than one of my items, so please view my other auctions.
  • Albizia julibrissin Northern Hardy Mimosa Tree

Mimosa Tree

Price: $9.95

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Jacaranda mimosifolia tree Live Plant Purple Flowering Brazilian Rose Wood

Price: $11.99

  • Exceptional ornamental plant!
  • Excellent as a potted windowsill plant!
  • Receive a FREE sample of Wellspring Gardens' proprietary fertilizer blend!

Golden autumn farm -10 MIMOSA/PERSIAN SILK TREE Albizia Julibrissin Seeds/Bonsai Persian Pink Silk Tree

Price: $7.88

  • LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade . . . SOIL / WATER: Average
  • HARDINESS ZONE: 6 - 10
  • "Golden autumn"Seeds! FBA - Fast Arrived! Identify our packing! Ensure the germination rate!

The diverse uses of the mimosa silk tree

I have wanted to get to this video since the day i seen the first blooms pop up...In fact, I tried to get to it the day I filmed the magnolia tree video but it started raining on me. It pairs...

'Pull together' to manage small urban woodlands -

Nearly three years ago, I decided to restore a small area of woods on our property on Centerville Road. The canopy consisted of some lovely large native trees – live oak, sweetgum, loblolly pine, wild cherry, and swamp chestnut oak.

Beneath this canopy was a nearly impenetrable tangle of invasive non-native plants – mimosa, nandina, coral ardisia, privet, tree...

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  2. One Green Planet The Mimosa Tree: A Multipurpose Addition to the Home-Grown Food Forest
    Any brunch lover will immediately identify the word “mimosa” with champagne and orange juice, but for garden lovers, the situation can be a little different. Mimosa trees, otherwise known as Persian silk trees and officially known as Albizia
  3. Southeast AgNet Practical Uses of the Mimosa Tree
    The bark of the Mimosa tree is also commonly prescribed in Chinese Medicine. It is used as a spiritual cleanser, good for helping with depression and irritability, as well as insomnia. It's also known to help with skin disorders and skin irritations. I
  4. Charleston Gazette-Mail Good to Grow: Three trees that smell as good as they look
    In traditional Chinese medicine, the mimosa is known as the “happiness tree.” Both the flowers and the bark can be made into teas and tinctures. The flowers are said to uplift and enhance mood, and the bark is considered to be more of a sedative, used
  5. This week's gardening tips: Ignore grubs, tend to weeds
    Many summer weeds are setting seeds now. Do not let this happen! Pull these weeds and dispose of them to reduce weed problems next year. In particular, stay on top of gripe weed or chamberbitters. This weed looks like a little mimosa tree and sets


  1. Mimosa is a genus of about 400 species of herbs and shrubs, in the mimosoid clade of the legume family Fabaceae. The generic name is derived from the Greek word μιμος ( mimos ), an "actor" or "mime," and the feminine suffix – osa , "resembling", suggesting its 'sensitive leaves' which seem to 'mimic conscious life'.
  2. Albizia julibrissin (Persian silk tree, pink silk tree) is a species of tree in the family Fabaceae, native to southwestern and eastern Asia. [1] The genus is named after the Italian nobleman Filippo degli Albizzi , who introduced it to Europe in the mid-18th century, and it is sometimes incorrectly spelled Albizzia .
  3. The mimosa tree, sometimes called the Persian silk tree, is a legume and can help enrich the soil where it grows. The Persian name means “night sleeper,” and in Japan it is known as the sleeping tree.
  4. The mimosa flower, to be honest, is beautiful but if the tree is shading outside property or over automobiles, you will have a major and annual cleaning problem through the flowering season. The wood of mimosa is very brittle and weak and the multiple spreading branches are prone to breakage.
  5. Mimosa, also called silktree, is an Asian plant invasive introduced as an ornamental. Although a beautiful tree, it comes with a list of problems.
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