How Long Does it Take for a Mimosa Tree to Mature?

Mature mimosa (Albizia julibrissin) trees usually stand between 20 and 40 feet high and up to 50 feet wide. With a growth rate that can approach 3 feet per year, a mimosa--or silk--tree takes between seven and 14 years to mature.

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