Tag Archive: Mimosa

Weed Spotlight: Chamberbitter, the “Little Mimosa”

Summer annual weeds are taking their last stand against Panhandle lawns before fall arrives. Rain and humid temperatures of late have boosted their growth spurts. Chamberbitter is a prime example. Chamberbitter (Phyllanthus urinaria) is found as north as Illinois and as west as Texas, but thrives in lower southeastern states. It’s a headache for homeowners …

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Permanent link to this article: http://jefferson.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2017/09/09/weed-spotlight-chamberbitter-the-little-mimosa/

Invasive Species of the Day Series (March 9th): Mimosa Tree & Eurasian Water Milfoil

Mimosa Tree: When traveling down secluded roads, one always marvels at the beautiful fragrant puff-like flowers lining the right of way. Many people decide that they must have one for their yard. Unfortunately, obtaining one for landscaping purposes is a bad decision. This tree is a Mimosa, Albizia julibrissin, and is famous for the ability to thrive …

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Permanent link to this article: http://jefferson.ifas.ufl.edu/newsletters/2013/03/09/invasive-species-of-the-day-series-march-9th-mimosa-tree-eurasian-water-milfoil/