Hey amigos I am at the beach and I Know where wild Mimosa grows. The seeds are ready if anyone wants some.
Besides the pretty flower the leaves close really fast.
Would these survive winter or are they annuals?
I believe they are perennial, but not winter hardy.
I have too many indoor plants already.
Not sure, they grow as close to 10m from the ocean all the way inland. Perineal I think. It never gets below 10C hére.
They do well indoors. Sandy soil.
I believe you Another cool feature of mimosa plant is that they are touch sensitive.
Not my video
Yeah Kids (and myself) love to touch them.
Touch sensitive usually means the bark can be processed to make dmt right?
Either way, I'd be interested.
I'm absolutly interested! @Jellypowered I don't belive this is mimosa hostiles.. correct me if I'm wrong...
Dude, that would be awesome.
There's a good chance that any mexican Mimosa will work.
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i've never seen a plant react like that, super cool! thanks for the offer but i'll have to pass on these ones!
Hey LC! The term for what you are observing is "Thigmonasty"
For a more detailed explanation, check out the wiki for this.
Hey @Viva_Mexico I'd love to give these a try indoors!
Bad news. I forgot the seeds at the beach.
Good news. I am going back next weekend
I will grab them for sure. also, the seeds are super small and will be easy to hide, I don't think there will be any issues with customs what so ever.
That’s really kool I’ve never seen anything like that before would be nice to see in person
Hey man, ever bring those back from the beach? I forgot all a out them then I saw this thread title and was like damn, I forgot all about these!
i wonder if these are mimosa hostilis.. if they are DMT containing mimosa
Ya hook us up bar keep mimosas all around