Alpine Treemovals - Magnolia (Deciduous) - Default Logo Text

02 9652 0300

sales@treemovals.com.au

Magnolia (Deciduous)

Magnolia (Deciduous)

The Magnolia genus comprises two groups, the deciduous form native to the Himalayan regions of China and the evergreens native to Central America and southern USA. The deciduous Magnolias range from small shrubs to large trees with shallow feeding roots, so it's well worth growing them in a well-drained slightly acid soil. Mulching thickly with organic matter is recommended to protect the roots from drying out along with lawn mower and whipper snipper damage. Magnolias require protection from wind, frost and west sun, but still need sun to flower profusely. Magnolias herald spring, flowering on the ends of bare branches from late winter from soft furry buds. Flowers are gently perfumed with a slight lemony fragrance, but it is the classic look of the flowers that range from white, pink to purple that capture people's hearts. Prune Magnolias after flowering to remove crossing branches, taking the entire shoot, otherwise growth stunts.
Magnolia 'Black Tulip'

Magnolia 'Black Tulip'
Magnolia 'Elizabeth'

Magnolia 'Elizabeth'
Magnolia 'Felix'

Magnolia 'Felix'

 

 

Magnolia denudata

Magnolia denudata
Magnolia Vulcan

Magnolia Vulcan
Magnolia x soulangiana

Magnolia x soulangiana

 

 

ngia ngia ngia ngia ngia

 

Copyright © 2017 Alpine Treemovals