Mimosa is currently widely grown in France, in Grasse but it comes historically from Australia. It was not until around 1804 that the first mimosa feet were introduced in Europe. It is Nicolas Baudin, French navigator who brought them back, they were planted with the Castle of Malmaison where lived Josephine de Beauharnais. Its plantation during the Second Empire in the nineteenth century on the Côte d’Azur was chosen for the climate that suits him.
In a composition, it brings at the same time a honeyed effect, mulched and solar with a green facet.