Albizia julibrissin rosea 10 seeds

2,75

Albizia julibrissin rosea 10 seeds

2,75

Albizia julibrissin or Persian sleeping tree or silk tree as it is also called, belongs to the subfamily Mimosaceae to which the Mimosa or Acacia also belong. The Albizia julibrissin grows as a shrub or tree shape.
This Albizia julibrissin is not so much to see in our country and certainly not yet for sale on a large scale.

When the tree is in bloom from the end of June to October, many people will be amazed by the beautiful bright pink / purple inflorescence.
The Albizia julibrissin gives an extra tropical accent to your garden and just for the lush leaves on this tree it is beautiful to see.
The Albizia julibrissin has double-pinnate, sickle-shaped leaves that resemble a fern leaf.

Leaves are folded at night, which is why it is also called the sleeping tree.
Half an hour before the sun goes down, the leaves slowly fold up.
The silk tree (also so called because of its silky fine flowers) feels at home in a sheltered warm place in full sun and is well hardy.

The more sun in the summer, the more it blooms and the stronger the new shoots will become. In a place where there is half shade, the Persian sleeping tree also does well.
On the ground, the Albizia julibrissin does not make many demands as long as it is not too acidic. Pruning is not necessary, if you want to prune it is best at the end of March.
The Albizia Julibrissin turned out to be surprisingly hardy, the winter of 2008/2009 it survived with us on an open plain -23ºC in a frost period of 5 weeks.
Young plants protect from frost until the trunk has a diameter of 2 cm, after which winter protection is no longer needed.
Winter hardiness zone 6a (-20ºC).

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Description

Albizia julibrissin or Persian sleeping tree or silk tree as it is also called, belongs to the subfamily Mimosaceae to which the Mimosa or Acacia also belong. The Albizia julibrissin grows as a shrub or tree shape.
This Albizia julibrissin is not so much to see in our country and certainly not yet for sale on a large scale.

When the tree is in bloom from the end of June to October, many people will be amazed by the beautiful bright pink / purple inflorescence.
The Albizia julibrissin gives an extra tropical accent to your garden and just for the lush leaves on this tree it is beautiful to see.
The Albizia julibrissin has double-pinnate, sickle-shaped leaves that resemble a fern leaf.

Leaves are folded at night, which is why it is also called the sleeping tree.
Half an hour before the sun goes down, the leaves slowly fold up.
The silk tree (also so called because of its silky fine flowers) feels at home in a sheltered warm place in full sun and is well hardy.

The more sun in the summer, the more it blooms and the stronger the new shoots will become. In a place where there is half shade, the Persian sleeping tree also does well.
On the ground, the Albizia julibrissin does not make many demands as long as it is not too acidic. Pruning is not necessary, if you want to prune it is best at the end of March.
The Albizia Julibrissin turned out to be surprisingly hardy, the winter of 2008/2009 it survived with us on an open plain -23ºC in a frost period of 5 weeks.
Young plants protect from frost until the trunk has a diameter of 2 cm, after which winter protection is no longer needed.
Winter hardiness zone 6a (-20ºC).

Additional information

Weight 0,0200 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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