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hczone6
Cincinnati (area), OH
(Zone 6a)

July 6, 2002
4:48 PM

Post #35183

I've seen about 10 of these growing locally and I really want one. It's a small tree that is multi-trunked and grows to about 20' tall. It's leaves look a little like a locust tree. It forms a round canopy and has pretty, feathery looking pink blooms on it. Anyone know what it is? It's definitely not a redbud. Like I said, the leaves like kinda like a locust tree. Please provide a link to a picture so I can tell whether your guess is what I'm seeing or not.

Thanks
Amaryllisgal
High Springs, FL
(Zone 8b)

July 8, 2002
2:55 PM

Post #297667

Mimosa, maybe? http://www.uah.edu/admin/Fac/grounds/MIMOSA.HTM
hczone6
Cincinnati (area), OH
(Zone 6a)

July 8, 2002
3:42 PM

Post #297693

Yep, I posted a picture in another post and that's what it turns out to be.
Thanks
Wingnut
Spicewood, TX
(Zone 8b)

July 14, 2002
12:03 AM

Post #301913

HC, mine has gone to seed and they ought to be dry in a couple more weeks. Want some? They're really easy from seed.

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