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Unknown weed? Or mimosa tree?

Posted by Joe2012 7 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 3, 12 at 16:30

This plant reminds me of the mimosa tree, but what is strange is the plant has small bead like growths underneath the stems. The plant stems are a redish color then fade to green. Anyone have a clue? Thanks in advance.

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RE: Unknown weed? Or mimosa tree?

These are the beads.

RE: Unknown weed? Or mimosa tree?

Something like this popped up a while ago - check at the link below & see if you have either sesbania (not sure of the spelling) or chamberbitters.

Here is a link that might be useful: Weeds forum post on similar weed

RE: Unknown weed? Or mimosa tree?

Yes, this Isa absolutely Chamberbitter. Good call, lisanti.

RE: Unknown weed? Or mimosa tree?

Thanks, rhizo!

RE: Unknown weed? Or mimosa tree?

Thanks guys. I would have never found out what it was with out your help. I was thinking to keep it possibly if it was Mimosa, but since it is a weed I will do away with it. lol.

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