Greetings, fellow plant enthusiasts! I wonder if anyone can help:
I have a young Albizia tree. Last year it was a seedling, and grew to around 8". This year, after re-potting, it is already a foot-and-a-half tall. My puzzle is this:
It has produced some wonderfully-spaced branches of its normal leaves, but out of the axils of these branches, have sprouted smaller branches, bearing long, single, flat, striated spear-shaped leaves.
The plant is healthy, thriving and in very good condition. I have tried researching this anomaly in its leaf production, but can find nothing to indicate why this is happening, whether it's normal or something I should be addressing...
I'm sure someone can shed some light on this, here!