Temperatures in Philadelphia are borderline cold for a potted winter mimosa.
Jul 19, I think the beauty of a Mimosa tree is well worth the mess it makes. We used to live in the country and a lot of homes in the area had the Mimosas in their yard and it was so pretty when they were all in bloom.
I've never started a tree from cuttings so I'm no help with that. Hope you enjoy the process of starting your own stumpfalling.clubted Reading Time: 4 mins. You can propagate mimosa trees from branches, but take care when you transfer the rooted cutting into a bigger pot, and then transplant it into the ground one year later, because the mimosa can go into shock. Step 1 Cut a 4 to 6-inch stem of the mimosa tree late in the spring.
Sep 21, Take cuttings in the spring or early summer to propagate your mimosa tree. Cut at an angle a two-inch-long side shoot with a piece of old wood attached (a “heel”). Remove the lower leaves from the cutting, allowing two upper leaves to remain. Insert the severed end of the cutting into a two-inch planter pot filled with moistened peat moss. Jun 07, Not trying to be the plant police, just trying to dispel any misconceptions about what invasive plants do.
I would be extremely surprised if mimosa won't grow from cuttings. This is one tough plant to kill, usually a sign of something easy to propagate.