One of the most popular magnolias, with large, dark green leaves that start to appear in mid spring, at about the same time as the huge, deep rose-pink or white, goblet-shaped flowers. This is a good magnolia for smaller gardens,as it remains a shapely shrub for many years, and even when it is mature, is a manageable small tree.
Requires minimal pruning. Remove any broken, diseased or crossing branches in midsummer.Add plenty of peaty compost to the planting hole, in a sheltered spot.
Mulch in spring with manure and leafmould, especially on dry soils.
Grows 3m high x 2m wide.
Prune smaller if required after flowering.
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