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1KG Pure high quality Pink flower Mimosa pudica Linn seeds for garden planting

Minimum Order Quantity : 1KG Price : USD58-71/bag FOB China
Packaging Details : 10000 PCS Seeds/bag Delivery Time : 5~8 Working days after ordering
Payment Terms : T/T, L/C, D/A, Western Union, MoneyGram,Paypal,Wechat Supply Ability : 2000bags/month
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: Chengyitang
Certification: ISO Model Number: Mimosa pudica Linn seeds

Detail Information

Color Of Flower: Red/pink Use For: Garden/park Decoration/yard
Netness: 98% Origin: China
Seeds/bag: Around 10000pcs Seeds/bag Germination: 80%
Other Name: Mimosa Pudica Seeds Chinese Name: Mimosa Pudica Linn Seed

Product Description

1KG Pure high quality Pink flower Mimosa pudica Linn seeds for garden planting

MOQ 1kg seeds /bag  

From China 

Hybrid type 


Seeds Number per bag 10000 seeds around
Ship method Generally EMS (POST service), if want Fedex/DHL/UPS please let we know
Payment method Paypal/ Western Union / MoneyGram/Bank Transfer/Wechat
  •  The Mimosa pudica seeds for sale 
  •  Non-GMO type
  •  Non radiated 
  •  Only natural dried by sunshine and wind
  •  100% Natural raw 
  • We have more than 2000 kinds seeds for sale, you could check on this shop or contact us for more.

1KG Pure high quality Pink flower Mimosa pudica Linn seeds for garden planting 01KG Pure high quality Pink flower Mimosa pudica Linn seeds for garden planting 1

Mimosa, also known as sensory grass, gets its name because its petioles droop and small leaves close when touched by people. Mimosa is a perennial herb or subshrub, about 1 meter high, similar to a pompom, with feathery leaves, compound leaves, opposite, palm-shaped arrangement, flowering period is about March-October, inflorescence head Shaped and oblong, the flower color is white or pink, with four petals and four stamens each, pods can be formed after flowering, and the fruiting period is May-September. The pods are flat, with a seed in each pod, which is easy to fall off between nodes when mature. Whether it is the flowers, leaves or pods of the mimosa, it has a good ornamental effect, so it is planted on the balcony, indoors or in the courtyard.


Plant height: about 20-40cm

Color: Mixed color, single color

Flowering period: March-October

Sowing rate: 8-10 catties/mu

Sowing period: frost-free period, above ten degrees

Sowing site: Warm, humid and well-drained

2. What environment does Mimosa adapt to?

Mimosa has a strong ability to adapt to the environment. The environment needs to be warm and humid, with sufficient light and good drainage. It does not have too strict requirements on the soil. It can be planted in sandy loam rich in organic matter. Mimosa usually grows in the wilderness. Wasteland or bushes, native to the tropical regions of the world, have been planted in Taiwan, Guangdong, Fujian and other places in my country in recent years, and also cultivated in the Yangtze River Basin, mostly used for ornamental purposes.


3. How to organize mimosa planting land

Mimosas are usually planted on balconies or courtyards for ornamental purposes. They are generally planted by direct seeding in small pots, or seedlings are raised in shallow pots and then transplanted. Before sowing, put an appropriate amount of culturing soil into the pot, then spread it flat and compact, and water it thoroughly.


Fourth, how to grow mimosa

The emergence rate of Mimosa is very high, and there are not many requirements for soil. If the small pots are broadcast live, 1-2 seeds per pot are sown. The shallow pots are seeded on demand, and 3-5 cm of soil is covered after sowing. Mimosa likes a warm, humid and well-lit environment, so after planting, you need to cover the pot with glass or plastic film to keep the soil moist, and place the small pot in a place with light but not too strong light. When the soil is dry , you can water.


After the seedlings emerge, the glass or film on the pots should be removed and exposed to light. When the seedlings grow to about 3 cm, they can be divided into seedlings and transplanted. When dividing the seedlings, bring some soil, otherwise it will be difficult to survive. Immediately after transplanting, the seedlings should be watered thoroughly, and then placed in a sunny place after the seedlings are slowed down, and the soil should be kept moist.


Five, how to maintain mimosa

Mimosa likes deep, fertile and moist soil. It usually germinates 7-10 days after planting. After that, not only should there be sunlight, but also more watering. Especially in the hot and dry summer, it needs to be once a day in the morning and in the evening. Water, otherwise the leaves will droop and turn yellow due to lack of water, and will not close again even when touched; also pay attention to applying topdressing every 15 days or so in the seedling stage to ensure vigorous plant growth and prolonged flowering.

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