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Acacia cavenia, Mimosa caven, Espino Cavan, Roman Cassie

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 Acacia cavenia, Mimosa caven
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Espino Cavan, Roman Cassie
Origin: Chile and Argentina
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterYellow/orange flowersFragrant
 Acacia cavenia, Mimosa caven, Espino Cavan, Roman Cassie

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree
Origin: India, Burma and the Andaman Island
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersDeciduousAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck is a fast-growing tree, that is susceptible to wind damage. A moderate to large, deciduous tree can grow up to 100 feet high in rain forests. The tree develops a straight trunk when it is grown in dense forests, but is spreading and low branching in the open. Unless trimmed frequently, the trees will annually produce an abundance of seed from papery pods about 8" long and 1" wide (author). Common names such as "woman's tongue" and "rattle pod" derive from the noise of pods shaking in the wind. The foliage is pale green when young and gray-green at maturity. Flowers are cream colored, hemispheric pom-poms. Seeds germinate well without scarification.

The tree is used as a folk remedy for many ailments. Another common use is as an avenue tree, and sometimes it is used to shade coffee and tea. Saponins and tannins in the bark can be used for making soap and in tanning, respectively. Bee keepers like the species for the light-colored honey its nectar provides, and the tree hosts the lac insect.


 Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Albizia lebbeck, Mimosa lebbeck, Womans tongue, Siris-tree, Rain tree, East Indian walnut, Kokko, Soros-tree, Raom tree

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings
Origin: Africa to India, Southern Thailand and Malesia, Northern Territories of Australia
Can be used for bonsaiLarge shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsThorny or spiny

Interesting powderpuff-like pink flowers make this plant unforgettable. Shrub up to 9ft high with grey bark and solitary thorns often bearing one or two leaves. Leaves bipinnate and finely pubescent, 1" to 3" long. Pendulous flower heads that are pink in the upper part and yellow in the lower part. Dark-brown pods, borne in clusters, twisted, each 1" to 3" long and 1" broad. Good plant for bonsai.


 Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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Dichrostachys cinerea, Cailliea glomerata, Dichrostachys glomerata, Dichrostachys nutans, Mimosa cinerea, West African Sickle Bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess Earrings

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West African Sickle bush, Aroma, Kalahari Christmas tree, Chinese lantern tree, Marabou-thorn, Princess's Earrings. Interesting powderpuff-like flowers of unusual color combination - pink-and-yellow - make this plant unforgettable. Good plant for bonsai.
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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree
Origin: South America
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersDeciduous

Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping.


 Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Enterolobium contortisiliquum, Mimosa contortisiliqua, Orelha-de-macaco, Earpod Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree
Origin: West Indies, Bahamas and Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago, from Southern Mexico to Northern South America
Big tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterWhite/off-white flowers

Naturalized northward to southern Texas, California and southern Florida, and southward to Brazil and Chile: also naturalized in Hawaii and the Old World tropics. Leucaena leucocephala is spreading naturally and has been reported as a weed in more then 20 countries across all continents except Europe and Antarctica. It is a weed of open, often coastal or riverine habitats, semi-natural, and other disturbed or ruderal sites and occasionally in agricultural land. Arborescent deciduous small tree or shrub, to 67Ft tall, fast-growing; trunk 4" to 5" in diam. Forming dense stands; where crowded, slender trunks are formed with short bushy tuft at crown, spreading if singly grown; leaves evergreen, alternate, bipinnate with 310 pairs of pinnae; flowers numerous, axillary on long stalks, white, in dense global heads 1" across. Fruit pod with raised border, flat, thin, becoming dark brown and hard. It is used as a shade plant in coffee, rubber, cacao and cinchona plantations, for reforestation, windbreaks and firebreaks. Necklaces are made with the seeds. Leadtree is valued as an excellent protein source for cattle fodder, consumed browsed or harvested, mature or immature, green or dry. The nutritive value is equal to or superior to alfalfa. Leadtree has gained a favorable reputation in land reclamation, erosion control, water conservation, reforestation and soil improvement programs, and is a good cover and green manure crop. The leaves, used as a mulch around other crops, are said to significantly increase their yields. Indigenous people in Mexico and Central America, use it as a vegetable. Unripe seeds are consumed with gusto and added to salsa. Green seeds are also consumed raw in Thailand and Indonesia. It tolerates a wide range of rainfall from 500 - 3500 mm and withstands strongly seasonal (6-8 month dry season) climates. However, it is not frost hardy and grows poorly, setting less seed in cooler tropical highland sites. The species also grows poorly on the acid soils with high Aluminium saturation that prevail in many humid tropical areas. In broad terms, it thus adapts well to a wide range of tropical and subtropical environments, especially seasonally dry tropical areas. Trees, propagated by seed or cuttings coppice well. Some seedlings less than one-year old will produce viable seed. Seeds remain viable from several months to several years. The hard waxy seedcoat makes scarification necessary before planting.The easiest and most common method is to scald seed in boiling or near boiling water. Boiling water is poured directly over the seed and allowed to cool to room temperature (preferably overnight), followed by sowing. Alternatively, small numbers of seed may be scarified by nicking which involves the use of a knife or secateur to clip off a small portion of the seed coat at the end opposite the pod attachment scar (hilum). The resultant minor damage to the underlying cotyledons is inconsequential to the germinating seedlings. For forage, seed should be sown 2" to 5" deep, planting at onset of wet season. Leadtree responds favorably to fertilizer and lime. Irrigation and cultivation may be necessary. The crop soon produces a dense stand.


 Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Leucaena leucocephala, Leucaena glauca, Mimosa leucocephala, Acacia leucocephala, Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree

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Wild Tamarind, Lead Tree. Arborescent deciduous small tree or shrub, flowers numerous, axillary on long stalks, white, in dense global heads 1" across. It is used as a shade plant in coffee, rubber, cacao, and cinchona plantations, for reforestation, windbreaks and firebreaks. Necklaces are made with the seeds. Leadtree is valued as an excellent protein source for cattle fodder, consumed browsed or harvested, mature or immature, green or dry. The nutritive value is equal to or superior to alfalfa. Adapts well to a wide range of tropical and subtropical environments, especially seasonally dry tropical areas. Some seedlings less than one-year old will produce viable seed. Seeds remain viable from several months to several years. The hard waxy seedcoat makes scarification necessary before planting. The easiest and most common method is to scald seed in boiling or near boiling water. Boiling water is poured directly over the seed and allowed to cool to room temperature (preferably overnight), followed by sowing. Alternatively, small numbers of seed may be scarified by nicking which involves the use of a knife or secateur to clip off a small portion of the seed coat at the end opposite the pod attachment scar (hilum).
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Lysiloma latisiliquum, Acacia bahamensis, Acacia formosa, Acacia latisiliqua, Leucaena latisiliqua, Lysiloma bahamensis, Lysiloma latisiliqua, Mimosa latisiliqua, Bahamas Lysiloma, Candelon, False Tamarind, Wild Tamarind

Click to see full-size image Lysiloma latisiliquum, Acacia bahamensis, Acacia formosa, Acacia latisiliqua, Leucaena latisiliqua, Lysiloma bahamensis, Lysiloma latisiliqua, Mimosa latisiliqua
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Bahamas Lysiloma, Candelon, False Tamarind, Wild Tamarind
Origin: Central America
Big tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterDry conditionsWhite/off-white flowersSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Succeeds in saline soils and is tolerant of salt-laden winds. Established plants are very drought tolerant.


 Lysiloma latisiliquum, Acacia bahamensis, Acacia formosa, Acacia latisiliqua, Leucaena latisiliqua, Lysiloma bahamensis, Lysiloma latisiliqua, Mimosa latisiliqua, Bahamas Lysiloma, Candelon, False Tamarind, Wild Tamarind

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Lysiloma latisiliquum, Acacia bahamensis, Acacia formosa, Acacia latisiliqua, Leucaena latisiliqua, Lysiloma bahamensis, Lysiloma latisiliqua, Mimosa latisiliqua, Bahamas Lysiloma, Candelon, False Tamarind, Wild Tamarind

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Lysiloma latisiliquum, Acacia bahamensis, Acacia formosa, Acacia latisiliqua, Leucaena latisiliqua, Lysiloma bahamensis, Lysiloma latisiliqua, Mimosa latisiliqua, Bahamas Lysiloma, Candelon, False Tamarind, Wild Tamarind

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Mimosa albida , Mimosa

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Mimosa
Origin: Tropical America
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds
 Mimosa albida , Mimosa

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Mimosa borealis, Fragrant Mimosa, Pink Mimosa

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Fragrant Mimosa, Pink Mimosa
Origin: Mexico
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersFragrantDeciduousAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsThorny or spiny

Fragrant Mimosa is a deciduous, small shrub, 3 by 3 feet, with somewhat zigzag, rigid branches with small, delicate pinnately compound leaves. The soft pink puffballs are a contrast to the sneaky, strongly recurved thorns up and down the branches.

An excellent plant for a xeriscape garden, Fragrant Mimosa can be planted in a garden with a desert theme, in rocky, sunny areas or as a backdrop. It will also tolerate partial shade. It makes a great background shrub.


 Mimosa borealis, Fragrant Mimosa, Pink Mimosa

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Mimosa dysocarpa, Velvet Pod Mimosa, Gatuno, Velvetpod Catclaw

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Velvet Pod Mimosa, Gatuno, Velvetpod Catclaw
Origin: Mexico
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersDeciduousAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsThorny or spiny

Numerous short, widely divergent, irregular but densely prickly branches bear pubescent (downy) bipinnate leaves and extremely showy, fragrant, pinkish-purple cylindrical flower spikes.

This plant is extremely drought tolerant and can take reflected heat.


  


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Mimosa pigra, Giant Sensitive Tree

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Mimosoideae
Giant Sensitive Tree
Origin: Tropical America
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunShadeSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersThorny or spiny

Mimosa pigra is a leguminous shrub, which can reach up to 6m in height.

Mimosa pigra is closely related to Mimosa pudica. It can be distinguished from Mimosa pudica by its large size, large pods (6 to 8 cm long as opposed to 2.5 cm long) and leaves, which have 6 to 16 pairs of pinnae as opposed to 1 to 2 pairs on Mimosa pudica leaves


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Mimosa pigra, Giant Sensitive Tree

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Mimosa pigra, Giant Sensitive Tree

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Mimosa pigra, Giant Sensitive Tree

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Mimosa pigra, Giant Sensitive Tree

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Mimosa pigra, Giant Sensitive Tree

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