A Technical Report from The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories

The mimosa or silk-tree, Albizia julibrissin, is a desirable lawn tree prized for its rapid growth rate, relatively small size at maturity, adaptability to a wide range of sites, colorful flowers and delicate foliage. The mimosa was imported into the United States from Asia in the mid-18th century and has since become naturalized along much of the East Coast. A disease known as mimosa or Fusarium wilt has become entrenched throughout much of the mimosa's range, severely restricting its use in many areas and threatening its survival in others.

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