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On 29/03/2019 at 12:25 PM, infi said:

I overwintered all my plants so far but will try to keep some of the Acacias outside next winter. Maidenii, Floribunda should be able to handle the frost. Not sure about simplex.

Where did you find thos mimosas ophthalmocentra seeds. Just started scabrella. Did your scabrella got frost?

scabbies died in my hallway but got 1 back this year .. lil juvie 

opthalmo came from some trees before they were destroyed in brazil sadly :/ ... is why cracking them is so important! :3 


Good luck with those beauties mate!

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Started a new Mimosa scabrella 20190528_124246.jpgthis year - tried more but hey?


Mimosa tenuiflora seems to be ok and pretty tolerant to being "woven"20190528_161944.jpg-20191010_125957.jpgand trained20190528_161854.jpg-20191010_130234.jpgto shapes :3! 

Puttem out for the summer tho20190909_193541.jpg20190909_193838.jpgwhich might've helped? - fuctifino?.. Prolly.


Mimosa ophthalmocentra began the year at this kinda stage 20190528_161810.jpg 20190528_161742.jpgthen spent the sunniest part of the season outside too20190729_173927.jpg ..and wow Fakken thorns on these mvafqrz! 20190923_133955.jpg20190923_134005.jpg..Anyways eventually both started to20190902_113209.jpg20190902_113219.jpg flower  D:< ! 20190926_131349.jpg20190926_131350.jpg20190926_131413.jpg20190926_131426.jpg20190926_131427.jpg20190926_131432.jpg. Eventually tho 20191007_125556[1].jpghad to come back indoors but didn't seem to put it off florrificational delightage20191007_125544.jpg20191007_125556.jpg20191007_125602.jpg... tree#2 should be about to open up any moment so hopefully they'll both be flowering simultaneously despite a move to the living room for a few weeks then to the bedroom ystd to make room for 20190413_150527[1].jpgcactical over winterings20191010_142946.jpg20191010_170823.jpg.. 


So yeh.. Acacially though it's been left to mother nature and boy is she a skilled-assed and very dedicated garden hoe! 


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Amazing job! Bravo! So you are taking them inside in the winter, huh??  Do you have an A.acuminata to show off?? 

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