Southern magnolia tree
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Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) For many people, the word “magnolia”is synonymous with our native Magnolia grandiflora, the classic Southern magnolia with large, glossy leaves and huge, fragrant white blossoms―the state flower of Mississippi and Louisiana. Few trees can match it for year-round beauty. It does, however, have its drawbacks. Unnamed seedlings often take 10 years after planting before they come into bloom. Dense shade and shallow roots make it impossible to grow grass…
Make a statement with a tree that's bursting with colorful buds. These 12 iconic Southern plants add character and curb appeal to your yard.
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Magnolias are beautiful flowering plants. There are about 210 different varieties and species.
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Magnolia grandiflora 'Alta' Magnolia Alta is an outstanding, elegant, upright form of Magnolia Grandiflora. This variety is ideal for group plantings, screens, hedges in gardens and courtyards, as well as in streets and parks. Grows best in full sun with moist soil. Grows to approximately 3-6m in height. 16" pot size.
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Garden designer Troy Rhone shares favorite types of magnolia flowers along with tips for planting magnolia trees.
The pecan may be our state tree, but the Magnolia grandiflora, or Southern magnolia, has long been the belle of our arboreal ball. With its dramatic
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The Southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) comes in quite a few varieties liked the 'Edith Bogue,' 'Bracken's Brown Beauty,' 'Little Gem,' and the 'Teddy Bear'. Picking which one is right for your yard should not be hard. Read about each type and how to care for your magnolia tree.
The beauty of magnolia trees makes them captivating additions to any yard. How fast, though, do magnolia trees grow compared to smaller trees and hedges, and
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Teddy Bear, or 'Southern Charm', magnolia has fragrant flowers and evergreen foliage on a narrow, space-saving frame.
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A versatile dwarf southern magnolia with a compact, pyramidal form, dense branching, and large, glistening green leaves with showy bronze undersides. Produces large, white, cup-shaped, fragrant flowers in the summer. Works well as a stately specimen tree for smaller landscapes, or to accent larger landscapes. Evergreen.
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