Acacia Dealbata 'Gaulois Astier'. Mimosa Tree.
The Acacia Dealbata 'Gaulois Astier', more commonly known as the Mimosa Tree is an evergreen shrub or tree with amazing showy flowers. Large racemes of fragrant and fluffy bright yellow ball-shaped flowers are produced in abundance in late winter and spring which contrast beautifully against silvery-grey pinnately divided 'feathery' leaves. These tropical looking trees really bring a feeling of the mediterranen and give a 'wow' factor.
Hardy in coastal and milder parts of the UK it can easily be grown as a conservatory plant or grown outside through Spring and Summer and brought into a bright indoor position through winter.
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ACACIA DEALBATA 'GAULOIS ASTIER'. Mimosa Tree.
Latin Name: Acacia Dealbata 'Gaulois Astier'
Common Name: Mimosa Tree.
Hardiness: -5 degrees in a sheltered site.
Growth Characteristics: Evergreen. Large spikes of fragrant bright yellow ball-shaped flowers in late winter and Spring. Silvery-grey green pinnately divided leaves. Prune once a year to encourage growth.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial shade.
Exposure: Sheltered or bright position indoors.
Soil: Well drained soil. Avoid lime.
Moisture: Keep moist.
Feeding: Feed with a balanced fertilizer in Spring.
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