Magnolia trees can be as tall as 5 meters (15 feet), or as small as 2 meters (6 feet). Therefore, they make great feature trees, as well as, filler trees depending on the variety. Today I will explain what to do when a magnolia tree is not doing very well.
Little Gem is one of the most unique magnolias. Its white flowers are simply stunning against the green foliage. Today we will compare this magnolia to other similar varieties.
There are many different magnolias, and every year the number of new varieties increases. It seems that hybridizers want to achieve some invisible goal. But whatever the case, some varieties do not lose their appeal decades after they were born.
Before this post, I already created a whole series of comparative articles about magnolias and I have so much more to share with you. For that reason, today we are going to talk about two other wonderful plants, Saucer Magnolia and Jane Magnolia.
Many gardeners find it difficult to prefer one variety of magnolia because they are all beautiful and elegant. However, there are differences between magnolias that cannot be ignored. The characteristics of some varieties make them more suitable for specific conditions than others.
The tree on which flowers bloom is not uncommon but a very fabulous spectacle. However, if the flowers are a tulip’s size, it is a completely different matter; there are not so many such plants.
Magnolia and Cherry Blossom are two trendy flowering trees. It’s even hard for me to say which one is more common. Even though they have beautiful flowers, they are entirely different plants with their advantages and disadvantages. Today we will try to find out what the difference is between them and which one to choose.
Magnolias and gardenias are just unique ornamental plants. And really, what could be more beautiful and fascinating than a tree that blooms with large flowers.
As a novice gardener, you know that each species of plant thrives in certain environments. Some trees and flowers crave direct sunlight, while others require extremely moist soil. When it comes to the magnolia tree, there are certain conditions where the species grows best.