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How to Manage and Identify Saucer Magnolia - Forestry - About.com
Saucer magnolia is a widely planted and showy flowering small tree and an especially popular spring bloomer in the urban landscape.
Identify the Magnolias - Forestry - About.com
Magnolia is a large genus of about 210 flowering plant species in the subclass Magnolioideae of the family Magnoliaceae. The natural range of Magnolia ...
Southern magnolia - 100 Most Common Trees - Forestry - About.com
Southern magnolia or Magnolia grandiflora: national register of big trees jones county mississippi magnolia images vt dendrology milky way farm.
Magnolia Care - Landscaping - About.com
Magnolia care begins with proper identification of your tree (e.g., southern, star or saucer type). Here I resolve care problems reported by readers.
Saucer Magnolia Trees - Information and Pictures - Landscaping
I describe saucer magnolia trees in this article and offer growing information. I also supply pictures and introduce other types of magnolias.
Growing the Lily Magnolia (Magnolia liliflora) - Trees & Shrubs
The lily magnolia (Magnolia liliflora or Magnolia liliiflora) is a deciduous shrub that sports perfumed blossoms that can be pink or reddish-purple. It is one of the  ...
Star Magnolias: Luminaries of the Spring Landscape - Landscaping
Star magnolia tree (M. stellata) is Japanese in origin and sometimes exhibits a tendency to grow as a multi-stemmed shrub. Learn pruning and other info here.
Magnolia Buds Do Not Open - Reasons Why
Your magnolia buds don't open, and you can't find out the reasons why? In this FAQ I suggest possible causes for blooms being "nipped in the bud."
Jane Magnolia - Tree or Shrub to Brighten the Yard - Landscaping
Jane magnolia tree is just as often classified as a shrub. Want to learn more? Need help planting one? Know how to care for it? I supply information here.
12 Species of Magnolia Trees and Shrubs
The name Latin and common magnolia was given because of a French botanist, Pierre Magnol. These trees are either evergreen or deciduous and bear ...
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