The Q&A Archives: If Mimosa never blooms

Question: I have a mimosa tree that is several year old and has never bloomed. I is planted next to a big oak tree and does get sun light but not full. Could this be the reason why it hasn't bloomed? Will it ever bloom?
Thanks, Kim

Answer: Your mimosa will probably never bloom in its present site. I'd move it to a spot where it receives full sunshine. After it becomes established, it should bloom its little head off!

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