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Magnolia

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Magnolia makes a sensational accent tree.

Magnolia trees are easy to maintain in both large or small gardens.

The new Magnolia varieties offer a choice of colours from pure white to pink and lemon; trees for large gardens or compact growing trees for large pots and borders.

How to Care for your Magnolia

Compact magnolia trees are ideal for an average size garden. They can be planted in large containers or as freestanding specimen trees. They blossom mid to late spring. The flowers are borne before the leaves. They prefer enriched Soil and a sunny location, they will not produce flowers if they are planted in the Shade.
You can plant them in autumn or spring in a large planting hole filled with 50% topsoil and 50% peat. Water the root ball well upon receipt and place in the prepared planting hole, they require good drainage. Fill up with prepared Soil. Press firmly and water well for the next few weeks.

Magnolias like an organic top dressing in early spring. They need to be sheltered from severe winds. Remove dead wood in the summer after flowering and cut away any untidy bits. Magnolias hate being disturbed and dislike pruning, so choose a space where they have plenty room to grow. Never remove large branches from old trees as the wounds will never heal.

Buy Magnolia at online garden center Gardens4You

You can buy Magnolia quickly and easily at gardens4you, your online garden center. We have a large range of Magnolias to choose from directly from the nursery.

On all our Magnolia shrubs you get standard grow and bloom guarantee, if you are not satisfied you get new plants or your money back. So you can order with peace of mind. We have the best quality bushes.

Also take a look at our other bushes. Such as the very popular rhododendron, buxus boxwood and hydrangea.

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