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Frond-like leaf, white and pink fluffy flowers

1 species ID suggestions

Albizia julibrissin Albizia julibrissin


MikeB 6 years ago

Definately Mimosa.

Saint Shrike
Saint Shrike 7 years ago

Mimosa's are very pretty, but in some places they are a very invasive species. They're hard to get rid of too. We've got one we've cut down a few times now and it just sprouts back up.

You have found a mimosa flower. Very common and very beautiful tree to the louisville. However I do not believe they are native species but a transplants species that has propagated thru the area.

urmom8catpoop 7 years ago

That frond is from a mimosa tree.


Lat: 38.04, Long: -85.75

Spotted on Jun 25, 2010
Submitted on Jun 25, 2010

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