Are mimosa trees invasive?

Answer Mimosa trees are considered an invasive species due to their hardiness and ability to thrive in a wide variety of climates. They are especially prevalent in the Southeast. Florida's Exotic Pest Pla... Read More »

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Are mimosa trees invasive to septic systems?

On One Hand: Mimosa Trees can Invade Your Septic SystemThe mimosa tree is not native to the United States. It was originally imported from China as an ornamental tree. It is a prolific grower; whil... Read More »

Are fig trees invasive?

On One Hand: Most States Approve Fig TreesIn most regions of the United States, the edible fig, (ficus carica) and the laurel fig, (ficus microcarpa) are not classified by state or federal authorit... Read More »

When Do Mimosa Trees Bloom?

The mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin) is a deciduous tree from the pea or legume family. Also referred to as silk tree, mimosa blooms with distinctly shaped flowers during a certain time of the yea... Read More »

Are Mimosa Trees Poisonous to Dogs?

True mimosas are herbaceous or shrublike plants. The mimosa tree is Albizia julibrissin; it is also known as a silk tree. Mimosa trees are marked by multiple trunks and pink, silky flowers. Their g... Read More »