There are many different Mimosa trees if you’re speaking broadly. So how do you know which ones are Mimosa hostilis and which ones aren’t? Or even what Mimosa hostilis trees look like at all? It seems like a simple search would sort you out, but you’ll get many wrong answers before you get to the right one. Which is what I dealt with many years ago. So Since this has yet to be addressed on the internet, I might as well sort everyone out. Here I am writing an easy How to Identify Mimosa Hostilis guide. I will give a couple of examples that people mistake for Mimosa hostilis tree and at the bottom I will include Mimosa Hostilis Tree pictures. So you can skip right down there if you’re in a rush.