The mimosa includes trees, shrubs and plants in the family of fabaceae trees. It is native to Mexico and America but it is diffused in countries with warm and mild climate. The most popular species is the Mimosa pudica or sensitive plants, whose name comes from the way the leaves fall down when touched. In the pictures you can see this beautiful trees whose yellow flowers are like small balls that bloom in February and March.



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