Mimosa Weed Tree?

Answer The mimosa tree is a paradox. It is a delicate canopy of feathery leaves showing silky puffs of pink flowers and a noxious, invasive weed. This quickly spreading tree can choke the life out of anyt... Read More »

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Is the mimosa tree classed as a weed?

The mimosa tree, Albizia julibrissin, is not a weed. It is, however, considered an invasive species in the southeast United States and Florida. Sometimes called the silktree, this small, elegant t... Read More »

Is the mimosa tree classified as a weed in North America?

Mimosa trees (Albizia julibrissin) are labeled as a weed in North America--especially in the southeastern United States. As of 2008, eight states, from Texas to Kentucky, list the tree as invasive,... Read More »

How to Fertilize a Mimosa Tree?

The mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin) is a fast-growing tree with fragrant, lacelike blossoms. Not native to the United States, the mimosa tree has spread significantly in the southern portions of ... Read More »

How do I prune a mimosa tree?

Select Limbs To RemoveSelect individual limbs that need removal, beginning with the lower part of the tree trunk and remove them using pruning shears. Cut each limb at a 45 degree angle and remove ... Read More »