I am new to this forum, and not local to my area at all, i am from up north. Anyways we rent here and our property has a lot of mimosas as we are surrounded by forest. I know a lot of people don't like them and they are invasive, they were already here when I got here though.
I am wondering when the mimosas die off for the winter there is just this big branch sticking out of the ground, is that going to come back into a plant? I ask because some are in my garden (uninvited) and two i mistakenly thought were ferns :( and they got 8ft in 6 months. If they are going to come back i will need to dig out those ones that i cut to stumps, but the ones i didn't notice on my side garden are still tall branch looking things.
Also, all of them grow in a leaning fashion, like upwards and then the leaves sort of canopy on one side, imagine a lower case r. is that how they all look? is there any way to get them to look like a normal tree? Some of them have been here a few years and still do this.