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Magnolia

A very popular Magnolia across Australia today. This evergreen variety will reach a height of around 4m. Rounded, cup-shaped leaves are held tightly on the tree and make for a dense appearance, hence this variety is popular for screening and privacy applications. ‘Teddy Bear’ is named for the furry undersides of its leaves. As with many evergreen varieties, this one also produces gloriously large white flowers. Prefers a position in part shade and a well-drained soil, however this is a hardy selection that will grow in most locations.

This beautiful deciduous tree grows to approximately 12m in height and blooms in early spring. The floral displays is marked by a profusion of white-tinged pink goblet to saucer-shaped blossoms. Performs best in moist, well-drained soils in sun or partial shade. Magnolias do not like wet feet. Prune minimally in late summer to maintain a healthy framework.

Origin: Japan

‘Wada's Memory’ is columnar in habit whilst young, however widens as the tree matures. A dense crown and coarse texture make this plant a popular specimen tree or street planting. Large, fragrant white flowers appear before the foliage in spring, giving way to pink fruits containing bright red seeds.

Magnolia Lilliflora Holland Red

Forms a bushy shrub to approximately 3m in height. Masses of deep purple flowers are produced during spring. Great for smaller gardens.

This medium sized deciduous shrub grows from 3 to 4.5 metres high with an erect and branching stem. The mid to dark green leaves have a downy underside and taper to a point. Large, fragrant flowers are dark wine - purple flowers in colour with pale purple insides. Blooms have a delightful lemon scent. This variety is frost resistant but drought tender and grows best in subtropical to temperate conditions.

Commonly called big-leaf magnolia or the large leafed cucumber tree, Magnolia macrophylla is noted for its huge leaves (to 30 inches long). This unusual tree is rarely found in the wild, being limited mainly to a few rich wooded areas in river valleys and ravines in the southeastern United States. Flowers are white with rose-purple at the petal bases. Although quite large, the fragrant flowers are often located far off the ground and are not always easy to view. Flowers give way to cone-like fruits which mature to red in late summer.

Origin: USA

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An evergreen tree or large shrub. Bright green, glossy leaves with bronze red new growth. Flowers are creamy white to yellow and sweetly fragrant. Appearing in March or April. Prefers rich, moist soil and partial shade.

Origin: China and Tibet

This rare variety forms an impressive large tree with bronze tinted leaves when young. Melon-scented flowers appear in summer in tones of white and pink. Magnolia rostrata is used medicinally.

Specimens of Magnolia salicifolia are quite variable in habit, and appear to be tolerant of a wide range of soils and exposures. This magnolia is common in the cool-temperate forests of Japan, particularly mountain ridges facing the Sea of Japan. Wide, scented flowers emerge in early spring before the leaves. The leaves and bark are fragrant when crushed. It takes 20-50 years for the maximum height of 12 m to be reached.

Origin: Japan

Spectacular elegance

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Genie

Opulent rosy-red flowers

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Felix

Quick to bloom

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Black Tulip

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