Fast growing, flowering tree of tropical characteristics that is anything but common.
If you are in the market for a beautiful tropical-looking tree, you won’t find a better tree at a better price than this right now.
Even though Mimosa’s look tropical they are hardy to at least zone 6. They thrive in heat (but a freeze won’t kill them), laugh at humidity and sail through drought.
The head-turning flowers are like silk tassels. These are conversation starters for sure! They grow QUICKLY to be 20 – 25 feet tall and make stunning shade trees for your yard. Also called a Silk Tree or Persian Silk Tree, they will provide you with a rounded, expansive crown for shade within only 3-5 years.
Hummingbirds and butterflies love them. The flat, brown seed pods that form in the fall provide food for wildlife in fall and winter months, too.
Order yours at this great price today. You can’t go wrong with the Mimosa Tree for with its fast-growing nature and year-round appeal.
* SUPER fast-growing * Hardy for most soil types * Stunning flowers and leaves
i love looking at the mimosa tree it reminds me how peacfull the world can be when everything else in the world seems stressing
Butterflies (mimosa) Review by Gloria Geringer
The Mimosa in full bloom is a beautiful tree indeed. The butterflies cover the top of the tree and then it looks like a butterfly tree. It is really a site! I love to watch the hummingbirds buzz around it also they are so fast and l like to hear the sounds that they make. Love the pink blooms, but it can be a mess when the tree starts to lose all it's beauty. The next year, you have it all again, and that is fabulous.
Love these beauties Review by whylogscuba
I have 12 of these beauties that I started from 3 starts from N.H.N! I have 3/4 of an acre and they are about 10 feet tall now. In my area we have mostly mild winters, but just in case I have wrapped the trees until they were 6tall. They have all made it. I now grow starters and give them to our friends who keep them as house plants until 3 tall then they plant outside after no sign of frost. Easy to grow!
heavenly Review by ramona
The mimosa tree planted in my backyard over 40 years ago is a sheer delight for me. I had not stopped to enjoy it:s fragrance until I retired. It attracts bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. I planted a second one from the local nursery after they replaced a broken royal globe locust (beautiful tree but diabolic graft base... sprouts have 1 inch thorns 1-=15 ft from the tree!!!)
poetic Review by littlebitkids
I have always loved mimosa trees. they are poetic and beautiful. I remember when I was a child sitting under the mimosa with my mother. these trees are very sooting.