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PlantFiles Pictures: Silk Tree, Mimosa Tree, Pink Siris (Albizia julibrissin)

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Baa

July 3, 2002
11:13 PM

Post #34938

Silk Tree, Mimosa Tree, Pink Siris, Persian Silk Tree
Albizia julibrissin


Same tree a couple of months on, July 2002.

http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/1764/

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Lenjo
Mount Angel, OR
(Zone 8a)

July 4, 2002
2:56 AM

Post #295752

Hello Baa, Did you plant your mimosa tree from seed? I have probably twenty of these in my greenhouse that I started from seed, I had had in the yard here but they seem to grow pretty fast and maybe a little brittle here in zone 8 of western Oregon. My seed came from the midwest though from an uncle. These seed germinated quickly. I am hoping I can get more seed from my uncle.
Baa

July 4, 2002
9:43 AM

Post #295853

Hi Lenjo

No, I bought it as a first year sapling 6 years ago for just a few pennies. It doesn't come out of the greenhouse here although it's probably borderline hardy here, it's only 1ft tall!

Well done on germinating the seeds! Were they easy to grow?
Lenjo
Mount Angel, OR
(Zone 8a)

July 4, 2002
6:35 PM

Post #296046

They germinated easily, they are only a few months old, about 3 inches high.
Baa

July 4, 2002
9:14 PM

Post #296113

Thanks Lenjo, I might give them a go in Autumn!
pete2255
South East
United Kingdom
(Zone 8a)

April 24, 2005
8:36 PM

Post #1424545

Baa
I grow albizia and I plant it out early, it seems to need to grow a tap root. Its hardy with me so it should be with you.
pete.
Baa

May 16, 2005
10:42 AM

Post #1473297

Thanks Pete2255, It did stay out this winter in it's pot, we have too many trees to plant them all out so it's still a teeny thing at 8 years old.
hanna1
Castro Valley, CA
(Zone 9a)

May 16, 2005
5:28 PM

Post #1474036

it's a plant you either love or hate it. The blooms are so pretty, mine is inground and over 15' tall. The leaf texture is very dainty, allows for dappled shade over my lawn. It is a very messy plant 80% of the time, the leaves, flowers drop a lot, but I love it,
Annie
bettyesgarden
Houston, TX

March 15, 2006
6:53 PM

Post #2114786

I finally recieved my first Mimoa plant from a fellow gardener ( I ve' been wanting one forever) . I is currently in a pot and stands about 10 inches high with just a peek of green foliage showing. I can't wait to get home from work today and truyly inspect it and possibly put it in the ground- I have the perfect place picked out for it. any tips for planting in zone 9a- Houston ?
hanna1
Castro Valley, CA
(Zone 9a)

May 16, 2006
4:15 PM

Post #2285577

**BUMP**
It should do fine at your location
safflower
Sun City, AZ

April 8, 2008
1:34 AM

Post #4773335

I have a mimosa I planted from a seedling in an oaken barrel about 2 years ago. It's now about 10' tall and doing very well.

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