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#84857 Jul 8th, 2007 at 01:05 PM
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This plant had been in my garden for 18+ years but I still don't know it's name why notme. Can anyone here identify this plant grin

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what a gorgeous mimosa plant! i don't know which kind, but it is in the same family.

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Hi Hadeda

That is a Mimosa. Normally Mimosa trees get HUGE. My Grandmother had one that stayed busy like yours is. I think they are quite lovely!


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It's definitely related to the mimosa family (googled it) Thanks Jiffy & Graham grin

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Mimosa pudica

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Thanks Wild Willy for the name suggestion grin

I found the exact name of it grin it's a Calliandra Brevipes


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