Botanical Name: Albizia julibrissin 'E H WILSON'
Height: 25 - 35 ft
Spacing: 30-40 ft.
Depth: Same as nursery
Spread: 35 ft
Sun/Shade: Full sun
Color: Light to deep pink flowers
Foliage: Lacy fern-like, dark green
Blooms: Mid summer
Fruit: 5-7 inch long x less than 1 in wide. Thin flat grey-brown strap-like legume pod. maturing in Sept- Oct
Form: Vase shape
Flower Form: Dense fluffy clusters made up of individual silky threads
Soil Requirements: Normal to dry - well drained, tolerates alkalinity, poor soils
Growth Rate: Fast
Pruning: Hard pruning in winter or early spring, trimming can be done once or twice through the summer
Comments: A superior variety compared to 'traditional' Mimosa, cold hardy down to -15, and grows better in cold climates while still maintaining beautiful pink silk blooms and fast growing characteristics. Far more cold tolerant and resistant to freeze damage.
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