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Magnolia Grandiflora Gallisoniensis | Shrub | 18 L

Original price was: £97.60.Current price is: £82.96.

Pot Size – Litres: 18L
Mature Height: 5-15 meters
Mature Spread: 6-9 meters
Foliage: Large, glossy, evergreen leaves
Fragrant: Highly fragrant, lemon-scented flowers
Growth Rate: Moderate-growing
Hardiness: Zones 7-9 hardy
Position: Full sun to partial shade
Soil Moisture: Moist, well-drained soil
Soil pH: Acidic to neutral
Soil Type: Rich, loamy soil

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The Magnolia Grandiflora is a plant that is indigenous to the Southern United States, from East Texas to Southeastern North Carolina and Central Florida. The plant itself is particularly well-liked in traditional culture, and in 2018, a famous Southern Magnolia that President Andrew Jackson had planted 200 years earlier finally grew to maturity. Typically, Magnolia Grandiflora has a single stem (or trunk) that is shaped like a pyramid. Simple, widely oval leaves with smooth margins measure 12–20 cm in length and 6–12 cm in width.
They have yellow-brown pubescence on the underside, are dark green, rigid and leathery, and frequently scurfy. Large, beautiful, fragrant white flowers with six to twelve petals and a waxy texture, up to 30 cm across, appear in late spring on mature trees.
They have a lemon citronella aroma. If this plant is wall-trained, prune it in group 1 in the summer or group 13 in the spring when the growth begins.
When taking care of this plant, take precautions against potential pests and diseases.

Latin Name: Magnolia Grandiflora Gallisoniensis
English Name: Southern Magnolia
Species: Magnoliaceae
Genus: Magnolia

Foliage Type: Evergreen.
Foliage: Green-Cream
Flower: Cup Shaped Cream Flower
Flowering Period: August-September

Suggested Location: Outdoor
Suggested Soil Type: Well-Drained. Chalk. Clay. Loam. Sand, Chalk
Suggested Exposure to Sunlight: Full Sunlight or Partial Shade
Suggested Exposure to Weather: Sheltered
Hardiness Rating: High (H4)
Lowest Temperature Tolerance: -15 °C to -10 °C (5 °F to 14 °F)
Suggested Uses: Wall-side Borders Architectural
Cultivation: Grow in moist, well-drained preferably neutral to acid soil in sun or part shade. Tolerates dry, alkaline soil. Further magnolia cultivation advice
Propagation: Propagate by semi-ripe cuttings from late summer to early autumn; grafting in winter, chip budding in summer or layering in early spring
Maintenance: pruning group 1 in spring as growth begins; or pruning group 13 in summer if wall-trained

Pests: May be affected by horse chestnut scale and capsid bug
Diseases: Coral spot and honey fungus may be a problem
Growth Habit: Bushy/Upright
Growth Speed: Slow

Additional information

Weight 18 kg
Dimensions 80-90 × 120 cm