Mimosas, being a tropical tree, still are able to be grown in most climates.
However, if you life in an areas with severe winter weather, you might have better luck if you bring your mimosa tree indoors during the winter.
Whether your new tree is planted outdoors or kept inside in a container, the following 5 tips on taking care of a mimosa tree should be useful.
5. Plant in a Sunny Location
Mimosa trees do very well in the sunshine.
They will still grow in the shade, but not nearly as quickly or as tall.
These hardy little trees don’t burn up in the sun like some other flowering trees might.
Even though they have small and delicate looking leaves, they are still sun-loving trees.