Answer: To lessen transplant shock, the best times to transplant trees and shrubs is in the spring or autumn. Temperatures are usually cooler then, and natural rainfall abundant. Both conditions will help a newly planted tree or shrub establish a good root system.
Be sure to plant at the same soil level as the tree was growing in its container, and water it in well after planting. If rain is sparse, water the tree once each week by applying water slowly so it has a chance to percolate down and wet the entire root mass.
Best wishes with your mimosa tree!
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