Mimosa global price quotes



The current, latest prices of Mimosa in the world in the global markets

mimosa Dealbata mirandole chauffé PACA cat.I bouquet 200g (kg)


Price range: 2.2 - 3 EUR / bunch 10 pcs | Market: MIN Rungis | Date: 2022-03-17

mimosa Floribunda imperial Italy cat.I bouquet 400g


Price range: 5 - 6 EUR / bunch 10 pcs | Market: MIN Rungis | Date: 2022-01-27

mimosa Floribunda imperial PACA cat.I bouquet 150g (bouquet )


Price range: 3 - 3.5 EUR / bunch 10 pcs | Market: MIN Rungis | Date: 2021-12-30

Mimosa

Mimosa is a huge genus of plants that belong to the Gabaceae family. It is native to tropical and subtropical regions of both hemispheres. The name has been given to the plant to underline its ability to move leaves in certain species. The movements of the leaves are quite similar to the sensibility of animals. This is one of the most commonly known sensitive plants, also sometimes referred to as the humble plant, which is widely grown in greenhouses as a novelty for its quick movements of the leaves as a response to touch. It is also cultivated for its distinguished foliage as an ornamental plant.

Most of the species belonging to the Mimosa group are herbs or shrubs, but several of them also occur as woody climbers or even trees. The plant is often prickly. The plants produce leaves that are mostly bipinnate, meaning that the leaflets are composed of feather-formed leaves. Some species of this plant produce poisonous roots or roots that contain substances that are irritating to the skin. The plant produces small flowers that turn into legume fruits. Another significant characteristic of some mimosa species is the fact that their leaves are sensitive to light and tend to droop in response to the lack of light.

The plant is native to Asia, Africa, and Australia but is commonly found in wild in many areas of tropical and subtropical climates. It is sometimes cultivated as an ornamental plant in gardens and landscapes but mostly is cultivated for its quick movements of the leaves. It is a well-known invasive plant that has been tried to be stopped in many countries as it invaded many regions leaving damage to the natural landscape. The plant was especially widely spread across Australia and New Zealand as well as several different south-east Asian countries. The population of the plant has been controlled by realizing several types of fungi and insects through these countries. Some species of mimosa have also been noticed in Europe, where they were noticed as alien invasive species which may be dangerous for local landscapes.

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