|IHAVE BEEN TOLD THAT I COULD PLANT THE SEEDS OF A MIMOSA BLOOM AND WOULD START GROWTH. IS THIS TRUE ? IF SO, SHOULD I DRY THE SEEDS FIRST?|
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You can plant mimosa seeds. Dry them first and then plant them about 1/2 inch deep.
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