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Mimosa strigillosa - Powderpuff
Mimosa strigillosa - Powderpuff
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Database entry for Mimosa pudica
... Mimosa pudica Database File for: MIMOSA (Mimosa pudica) Main database Common name Botanical name Ethnic uses Conditions Actions PLANT IMAGES Photos WEB RESOURCES MIMOSA Product Search Website ... Service Español Português Deutsch Italiano Français Norsk Family: Fabaceae Genus: Mimosa Species: pudica Common Names: Mimosa, sensitiva, sensitive plant, dorme, dormidera, humble plant, marie-honte, mayhont, ...
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Albizia julibrissin, mimosa
... julibrissin Durz. Family: Fabaceae/Mimosaceae (legume) Common names: mimosa, silktree, powderpuff tree Small tree to 9 m (30 ft) tall and 20 cm (8 ... to the true mimosas, but does not have the spiny stems associated with the genus Mimosa. "Mimosa" is widely planted as an ornamental in the southern U. S. It is a fast ...
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Mimosa borealis, fragrant mimosa
... Mimosa borealis, fragrant mimosa Mimosa borealis Gray Family: Fabaceae/Mimosaceae (bean, pea, etc.) Common name: fragrant mimosa Shrub to 2 m (6 ft) tall. Twigs glabrous, slightly zigzag, armed with basally ... Colorado south to northern Mexico. Habitat: Rocky hillsides and canyons. NWI status: none Comment: Mimosa is from the Greek word mimos ("to mimic"), referring to the animal-like movement ...
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Albizia - Silk tree, mimosa
... should not be confused with the similar trees, Acacia baileyana and dealbata, which are called "mimosa" in Texas. The tree has a low branching, open, spreading habit and delicate, lacy, almost ... alkaline soil. Repot in spring. Pests and diseases: Problems include cottony cushion scale, mites, Mimosa webworm. Diseases Mimosa (Fusarium) wilt is quite a problem and is fatal. It can spread to adjacent ...
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Acacia baileyana, Cootamundra Wattle, Golden Mimosa, Bailey Acacia
... , Trees and Shrubs | Glossary | Email this page Web SunnyGardens.com Acacia baileyana Cootamundra Wattle, Golden Mimosa, Bailey Acacia These lushly flowering trees and multi-trunked large shrubs are known as 'wattles ...
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Acacia cavenia, Wattle, Mimosa
... | Forum | Plants, Trees and Shrubs | Glossary | Email this page Web SunnyGardens.com Acacia cavenia Wattle, Mimosa These lushly flowering trees and multi-trunked large shrubs are known as 'wattles' in Australia ...
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Alley-Cropping Combinations for the Southeastern USA
... trees as an intercrop is another option. Table 1. Trees Used in Agroforestry Designs. Alder Mimosa Ash Oaks Basswood Ornamentals (various) Birch Paulownia Black Locust Peach Chestnut Pecan Christmas Conifers Persimmon ...
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Open Directory - Bookmarks: M
... (0) mimin (0) mimir (1) mimitchi (10) mimmo (0) mimmoamato (0) mimonet (0) mimos (0) mimosa (0) mimosi (0) mimrik (0) mimsy (0) mimung (0) min (0) mina (0) minand (1 ...
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Open Directory - Science:Biology:Flora and Fauna:Plantae:Magnoliophyta:Magnoliopsida
... symmetry), usually borne in dense clusters and having showy stamens. Includes Acacia, Albizia, and Mimosa. The taxonomy at dmoz.org treats these three as separate families and defines the ... Loosestrife family. Mimosaceae Family of broad-leaved flowering plants that includes Acacia, Albizia, and Mimosa. Flowers are actinomorphic (with radial symmetry), usually borne in dense clusters and having showy ...
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