Albizia can be deciduous trees, shrubs or climbers. They have attractive bipinnate leaves with small leaflets, and flower-heads that consist of many small flowers with prominent stamens.In cooler climes it is best grown in a conservatory or greenhouse, or in a large pot that can be moved indoors in Winter. The shedding of the flowers cause problems, so don’t have one close to eating areas. Don’t plant close to home, sidewalk or driveways due to roots spreading and causing damage. ‘Albizia julibrissin f. rosea’ is a broad-crowned, medium-sized deciduous tree. The leaves are mimosa-like, and the rose-pink flowers are fluffy and silky with prominent stamens

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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