Answer: Ombrella Mimosa is a warm winter tree and will not survive in your gardening zone. A general rule of thumb for the root systems of deciduous trees is that the roots will penetrate the top 24 inches of soil and spread out about twice as far as the dripline of the canopy of the tree. Therefore, if you have a small or narrow planting side, you'd be better off choosing a tree with an upright or columnar habit rather than a huge canopy. Best wishes with your landscape!
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