Mimosa pudica or 'touch me not' plant is grown as an ornamental plant in pots indoors as well as in the garden for its beautiful foliage that looks like fern and its flowers that looks like fluffy ball. The most interesting feature of mimosa pudica plant (sensitive plant) is its ability to fold the leaves when touched that is why it is called 'touch me not'.
Sensitive Plant - Mimosa pudica - It has a curious way of deterring would-be predators: when the leaves are touched they curl up to reveal spiky thorns—enough to scare off any passing animal that might take a liking to the juicy leaves #houseplant
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The Mimosa is a gorgeous flat-topped deciduous tree that brings a special rainforest effect to the Sonoran desert. The very hardy and heat loving Mimosa is ideal wherever a full, dense canopy is desired during the summer months
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