CARE INSTRUCTIONS

LANDSCAPE

Southern Magnolia Tree - Magnolia Grandiflora

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Commonly known as Southern Magnolia or Bull Bay, one of the oldest known variety of trees. A classic tree in any landscape, the Southern Magnolia is an easily identifiable tree with large, glossy, dark green leaves and white flowers. Leaves have the destinctive red underside and bright red seeds in cone shaped pods add to the beauty of this variety. While native to the Southeastern U.S., this variety is grown along the eastern seaboard as far North as New York, in the mid West as far North as Ohio and in Western states to Vancouver.

Cultivation

Full sun to part shade, moderate growth rate and drought tolerant, more so once established. Requires well draining soil and medium water.

Light: Part sun to full sun.
Moisture: Average, well-drained.
Hardiness: Hardy in USDA Zones 7-10. Slightly more hardy than most Magnolias.

These 6-7 inch tall trees come in 2.5" x 2.5" x 3.5" deep pots.

7-10
Height:
Water:
25-40'
Weekly til established
Fertilizer:
Sun:
16-2-12 or 16-10-10
Full or Partial Sun