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#1: My Potted Mimosa Tree **Needing advice.....

Posted on 2006-06-06 16:02:43 by Jmichele

Hi all

I have a Mimosa tree that I took from a field as a sapling. I had taken
it home and replanted it in a small flower pot. Today it is in a bigger
pot about 15" at the rim and now is a healthy
1 year old about 2 feet tall.

My questions to you are...

When should I expect to see blooms? > call me impatient ; )

Will it stay small or go root bound?

Should I repot it, but I would like it too stay small... anyway to keep
it that way?

Prune it maybe? I sometimes like to bring it into my home it is
currently outside enjoying the warm weather and sun. I live in Southern
New Jersey. It is now summer at the moment.

I read on one forum that this one woman had her beautiful small Mimosa
potted for 11 years but no other details were given.

I was just looking for some advice. I love my Mimosa it brings me alot
of joy and beauty.
I would like to keep us both happy for many years to come : )

Thanks in advance.

PS> I know for all that are out there that there are some that do not
like Mimosas and I know they can become invasive and neighbors may not
like them etc.
I have checked with neighbors they are fine with it. As for the seed
pods...
I will be pulling them before they hit the ground. So please I know. I
have it all covered.
I just dont want my posted message to be filled with all negative
replys about Mimosa trees.
I know there are Mimosa lovers out there. I'll look forward to your
replys : )

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#2: Re: My Potted Mimosa Tree **Needing advice.....

Posted on 2006-06-07 03:43:47 by Bonsai Bubba

I've grown a smal forest planting of mimosa for 15/20 years. I don't expect
blooms unless I allow the growth to exceed the limits of proportion. If you
want blooms allow the branches to grow in spring till they set buds and
bloom, then prune back into shape. Mimosa is a tropical, therefore, a rapid
grower and it will become root bound if not repotted. I repot, in early
spring just when the new leaf buds are forming, pruning to shape, and
removing about 1/3 of the root base every two years.

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&gt; Hi all
&gt;
&gt; I have a Mimosa tree that I took from a field as a sapling. I had taken
&gt; it home and replanted it in a small flower pot. Today it is in a bigger
&gt; pot about 15&quot; at the rim and now is a healthy
&gt; 1 year old about 2 feet tall.
&gt;
&gt; My questions to you are...
&gt;
&gt; When should I expect to see blooms? &gt; call me impatient ; )
&gt;
&gt; Will it stay small or go root bound?
&gt;
&gt; Should I repot it, but I would like it too stay small... anyway to keep
&gt; it that way?
&gt;
&gt; Prune it maybe? I sometimes like to bring it into my home it is
&gt; currently outside enjoying the warm weather and sun. I live in Southern
&gt; New Jersey. It is now summer at the moment.
&gt;
&gt; I read on one forum that this one woman had her beautiful small Mimosa
&gt; potted for 11 years but no other details were given.
&gt;
&gt; I was just looking for some advice. I love my Mimosa it brings me alot
&gt; of joy and beauty.
&gt; I would like to keep us both happy for many years to come : )
&gt;
&gt; Thanks in advance.
&gt;
&gt; PS&gt; I know for all that are out there that there are some that do not
&gt; like Mimosas and I know they can become invasive and neighbors may not
&gt; like them etc.
&gt; I have checked with neighbors they are fine with it. As for the seed
&gt; pods...
&gt; I will be pulling them before they hit the ground. So please I know. I
&gt; have it all covered.
&gt; I just dont want my posted message to be filled with all negative
&gt; replys about Mimosa trees.
&gt; I know there are Mimosa lovers out there. I'll look forward to your
&gt; replys : )
&gt;

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