Mimosa Morning

Aug
24

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Mimosa tree in my front yard. This tree is the last to leaf out in the spring, and the first spring I lived here, I wondered if it was dead, it took so long to put on leaves. It makes up for it at this time of year when it blooms.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 24, 2013  

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  1. 8-24
    4:13
    pm

    I love mimosa trees! There was one growing in my backyard in Arkansas where I grew up. It was the first tree I climbed and the first tree I fell out of and scared my mom to death (I was fine).

  2. 8-24
    4:15
    pm

    Are the large “bean” pods part of the tree??

  3. 8-24
    4:19
    pm

    OOps! Sorry to ask. I looked it up and they are part of the tree. I just love pods for some crazy reason!

  4. 8-24
    4:40
    pm

    I love mimosa trees. I love the fragrance and don’t even mind the mess they make when the beautiful flowers drop. We have a few small ones; can’t wait for them to mature enough for blooms.

  5. 10-3
    2:40
    pm

    This place has a mimosa growing in the front. I love that heady, sweet perfume they let off, especially in the evening after a hot day in Tennessee.

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