Albizia julibrissin (Albízia) is a beautiful tree with large even-leaved leaves that grows to a height of 3 - 10 m. wide "V". It grows relatively fast and we recommend not to fertilize (so-called secondary frost resistance) in order to mature the annual shoots.
The "Summer Chocolate" cultivar has purple leaves compared to the original species. They are very fine, 2x pinnate and have a deep burgundy color. Leaves close at night and rain.
Requirements: It is cold and not frost-proof, so we recommend moving it to the winter garden for winter or mulching at least. If the ends of the branches are damaged by frost, they reliably reflect old wood. In summer it will be well in a sunny warm place with permeable soil. It can be full of sun, but in lee. He hates sharp winter winds.