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Yeah, either Acacia baileyana or dealbata are most likely. If you're in southern California or other sikilar area it can be invasive, otherwise a nice tree that doesn't need a lot of water or have major pest problems.
 

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Looks like a Golden Mimosa
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Yeah, either Acacia baileyana or dealbata are most likely. If you're in southern California or other sikilar area it can be invasive, otherwise a nice tree that doesn't need a lot of water or have major pest problems.
I inherited 2 of these stunning trees in my new backyard , not sure what you mean can be invasive?
 

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I inherited 2 of these stunning trees in my new backyard , not sure what you mean can be invasive?
Invasive means unwanted plants sprouting up everywhere. When I lived in the Houston area I had Mimosa trees and my wife started to hate them because they kept her too busy pulling them out of her flower beds.
 
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Can you id this yellow flower plant also, thanx
 
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It is the flower of the golden mimosa tree. Leaves of the different species of mimosa slightly vary

 
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This new one is Acacia cultriformis the Knifeblade Acacia. It doesn't get as big and is almost never a weed problem. It doesn't need much water either. Lucky you to get 2 nice trees/shrubs as housewarming gifts;).
 

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