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Growing Mimosa Trees

I have a sprouting tree from an already dead mimosa coming up from the roots. I've been told it died because the mimosa must be cross-polinated. Should I plant another tree nearby so this one will thrive? If so, how near can I plant it to the tree that is sprouting? If it does not require another tree nearby, please tell me.

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July 19, 20150 found this helpful

Mimosas do not need to be cross pollinated. I had a Mimosa die off this year because of all the rain. They need good drainage.

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