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Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana
 Magnolia sp.
Family: Magnoliaceae
Magnolia hybrid
Origin: East Asia and the Americas
big treelarge shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shaderegular waterwhite/off-white flowersyellow/orange flowerspink flowersfragrantdeciduousattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeincuded in CD catalog

Magnolia is a large, varied genus of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. It was named after French botanist Pierre Magnol. Magnolias require deep, fertile, well-drained soil. The roots are fragile so the plant do not transplant readily.

See Article about Tropical Magnolias.

See also Plants with scents as heady as incense: Enchanted Magnolias - Joy in your life...

Species and varieties:

Magnolia campbellii x Magnolia liliiflora

Magnolia champaca

Magnolia coco

Magnolia cylindrica

Magnolia delavayi

Magnolia dianica

Magnolia doltsopa

Magnolia figo

Magnolia floribunda

Magnolia grandiflora

Magnolia kobus

Magnolia lacei

Magnolia liliifera

Magnolia montana

Magnolia officinalis

Magnolia rajaniana

Magnolia sieboldii

Magnolia sirindhorniae

Magnolia soulangeana

Magnolia stellata

Magnolia tripetala

Magnolia virginiana

Magnolia x alba 'Golden'

Magnolia x alba

Magnolia x brooklynensis

Magnolia x Elizabeth


 Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana Ruby

Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana Ruby
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana Ruby
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia campbellii x Magnolia liliiflora
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia campbellii x Magnolia liliiflora
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia soulangeana
Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Magnolia sp., Magnolia hybrid

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Campbell's Magnolia grows in sheltered valleys in the Himalaya from eastern Nepal, Sikkim and Assam east to southwestern China. It is a medium-sized to large deciduous tree. The flowers are very large, up to 10-12" in diameter, vary from light to dark pink. They appear very early, before the leaves, opening from late winter to early spring.
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Magnolia campbellii x Magnolia liliiflora - seeds

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Quite simply, this is perhaps the most magnificent of the Magnolias. This is the giant 'Pink Tulip Tree´┐Ż of the Himalayas which in its native Sikkim can reach 150 ft. in height. A deciduous tree, it has large, ornamental leaves which alone would justify its place in the garden. In early spring it produces its glorious flowers: large and fragrant like water lilies up to ten inches across in shades of white, pink or crimson, they make an unforgettable sight.
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Magnolia liliflora - seeds

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Magnolia liliiflora (variously known by many names, including Mulan magnolia, Purple magnolia, Red magnolia, Lily magnolia, Tulip magnolia, Jane magnolia and Woody-orchid) is a small tree native to southwest China (in Sichuan and Yunnan), but cultivated for centuries elsewhere in China and also Japan. It was first introduced to English-speaking countries from cultivated Japanese origins, and is thus also sometimes called Japanese magnolia, though it is not native to Japan. It is now also planted as an ornamental in North America and Europe, though rather less often than its popular hybrid (see below). The name Yulania liliiflora is a synonym.
It is a deciduous shrub, exceptionally a small tree, to 10 ft tall (smaller than most other magnolias), and blooms profusely in early spring with large pink to purple showy flowers, before the leaf buds open.
Cold hardy; good for container culture.
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Magnolia soulangeana - seeds

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Very showy spring flowering tree that is hardy to zone 5b. A short magnolia - to 25' that is conspicuous with large 10" dark red to purple with white, saucer shaped flowers usually on the tree in early spring before the leaves have appeared on the branches.
Plant seeds at 3/4" depth. Keep slightly moist. Known to be very slow germinating (may take a few months).
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