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Large, fragrant, white blossoms are just the
beginning of the appeal of a magnolia tree. These attractive trees also feature
glossy, dark green leaves and a large, exotic-looking pod that opens in fall to
reveal bright orange-red berries which are relished by birds and other
wildlife. Learning more about magnolia planting and care is a great way to
enjoy these trees in your landscape.
Magnolia trees are native to East Asia and the Himalayas, eastern
North America and Central America. They grow 40 to 80 feet tall with a spread
of 30 to 40 feet. Depending upon the species, magnolias may be evergreen,
semi-evergreen or deciduous. Some of the deciduous types bloom in early spring
before the tree leafs out. One of the difficulties of magnolia tree care is managing the large, crispy
leaves that continuously fall from the tree. Many people remove the lower limbs
of a magnolia tree to facilitate mowing, but if you leave the lower limbs on
the tree they will drape to the ground, hiding the fallen leaves. The shade
from the tree and accumulation of leaves prevents grass from growing, and as
the leaves break down they provide nutrients for the tree.
Most magnolia trees are hardy in USDA Zones 7 through 9; however, there are
some cultivars that survive winters far north of zone 7. For the most optimal
results in how to grow healthy magnolia trees outside the usual growing area,
buy your trees locally to make sure the variety is well suited to your region.
Growing From Seed
When you’re ready to grow a magnolia tree from seed,
you should plant the seeds in spring, either directly in the ground or in pots.
Cover the seeds with about 1/4 inch of soil and keep the soil
moist until your seedlings emerge.
A layer of mulch will help
the soil hold moisture while the magnolia seedling grows. New seedlings will
also need protection from strong sunlight for the first year.
All seeds will come in a resalable
plastic zip lock bag wrapped in a protectant so the seeds are not damaged by
shipping machines. Also included with the seeds are planting instructions. All seed packets contain no fillers or other
weeds or seeds mixed in. Most have been harvested by hand & all test at a
high germination rate.
All seed counts
should be considered estimates as the seeds is packaged by hand, there is 2-3
more or less in a bag. We do our best to ensure accuracy and will often
add extra seeds. However, all estimates are final.
Seeds will ship without tracking numbers. Items
will be shipped 1-3 business days of receiving payment. Plants will be shipped
via USPS. Shipping usually takes anywhere from 3-5 days.
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Important, Please read
All seeds have been test sown to ensure germination.
Please familiarize yourself with growing conditions and instructions for your
seeds before you plant them, as all seeds are different. Basic growing
instructions can be found under each listing.
We Cannot Guarantee how much you will be able
to grow, as too many variables come into play, soil condition, your ability to
garden, weather etc. I guarantee that they arrive as described and are in good
viable condition and the germination rates are accurate.