Traditional Chinese Medicinal practitioners have long revered the bark, leaves and flowers of the Mimosa tree for its potent health benefits. Description from mimosa-tree-pictures.clinic007.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Hostas in bloom with astilbe, via Lowe's Creative Ideas. Now, I've had hostas before, and believe me, you CANNOT kill those things. I used to chop them in half every year to cull the growth. I'd take a big old shovel and just give a might "whack" down the center of the plant with the edge of the shovel, pull out the "extra," and the original thrived as if I'd never touched it.