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Magnolia (JURmag1) Black Tulip ®

Description: Magnolia 'Black Tulip' is a deciduous shrub or small tree celebrated for its dramatic, almost black-purple flowers and compact growth habit. It stands out as a focal point in gardens and landscapes, particularly during the flowering season. Flowers: Blooms: Large, goblet-shaped flowers with deep, dark purple petals that resemble the form of a tulip. The flowers appear in late winter to early spring, adding early-season color to the garden. Fragrance: Some varieties may exhibit a subtle fragrance that enhances the garden experience. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green leaves provide an attractive backdrop to the striking blooms. The foliage emerges after flowering and turns yellow in autumn before dropping. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-4 meters tall and wide, forming a compact, rounded shape. Habit: Upright and bushy, with a dense canopy that becomes more open with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates with mild summers and cool winters, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching can help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to part shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen plant in gardens and parks, where its dark flowers create a striking contrast against green foliage. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its dense growth habit. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Pair with spring-flowering bulbs, such as daffodils or snowdrops, to extend the season of interest. Propagation: Propagate from semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or by grafting onto suitable rootstocks. Magnolia 'Black Tulip' Common Name: Black Tulip Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia 'Black Tulip' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for its ornamental qualities

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Magnolia Cameo

Description: Magnolia 'Cameo' is a deciduous shrub or small tree renowned for its delicate and elegant flowers that appear in early spring. It is cherished for its compact size, making it suitable for gardens and landscapes where space is limited. Flowers: Blooms: Large, cup-shaped flowers with creamy-white petals that open to reveal a soft pink blush at the base. The blooms have a subtle fragrance that adds to their charm. Flowering Season: Flowers emerge in early spring before the foliage, providing a beautiful display that marks the beginning of the growing season. Foliage: Leaves: Medium green, oval-shaped leaves provide an attractive backdrop to the spring blooms. The foliage turns yellow in autumn before dropping, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-4 meters tall and wide, forming a rounded, multi-stemmed habit. Habit: Upright and bushy, with a moderate growth rate and a dense canopy that becomes more open with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates with mild summers and cool winters, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching can help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to part shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen plant in gardens and parks, where its spring blooms create a serene and graceful display. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its dense growth habit. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Pair with spring-flowering bulbs, such as daffodils or snowdrops, to extend the season of interest. Propagation: Propagate from semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or by grafting onto suitable rootstocks. Magnolia 'Cameo' Common Name: Cameo Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia 'Cameo' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for its ornamental qualities

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Magnolia Cleopatra

Description: Magnolia 'Cleopatra' is a deciduous hybrid magnolia tree celebrated for its striking, fragrant flowers and compact growth habit. It is known for its early flowering and attractive foliage, making it a popular choice in gardens and landscapes. Flowers: Blooms: Large, goblet-shaped flowers with bright yellow petals that open to reveal a hint of orange at the base. The blooms appear in early spring, often before the foliage emerges, creating a spectacular display. Fragrance: The flowers emit a delicate, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators and adds to the garden's ambiance. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, glossy leaves provide a lush backdrop to the vibrant spring blooms. The foliage turns yellow in autumn before dropping, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-5 meters tall and wide, forming a rounded, multi-stemmed habit with a moderate growth rate. Habit: Upright and bushy, with a dense canopy that becomes more open with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates with mild summers and cool winters, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching can help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to part shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens and parks, where its early spring blooms create a vibrant focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its dense growth habit and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Pair with early spring bulbs like daffodils or underplant with ground covers such as vinca or ajuga for added seasonal interest. Propagation: Propagate from semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or by grafting onto suitable rootstocks. Magnolia 'Cleopatra' Common Name: Cleopatra Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia 'Cleopatra' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for its ornamental qualities

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Magnolia denudata Yulan

Description: Magnolia denudata 'Yulan', commonly known as Yulan Magnolia, is a deciduous tree renowned for its early spring flowering display and elegant, fragrant flowers. It is one of the oldest cultivated magnolia species, prized for its historical and cultural significance in China. Flowers: Blooms: Large, cup-shaped flowers with 9-12 pure white petals that open in early spring before the emergence of foliage. The flowers have a subtle citrus fragrance that adds to their allure. Fragrance: The delicate fragrance attracts pollinators and adds a pleasant scent to the garden. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, ovate leaves provide a backdrop to the spring blooms. The foliage turns yellow in autumn before shedding, offering seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 6-12 meters tall and 4-8 meters wide, forming a broad, spreading canopy with age. Habit: Upright and pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded and spreading with maturity. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates with mild summers and cool winters, suitable for many parts of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching can help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes, where its early spring blooms create a breathtaking focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its broad canopy and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 6-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with early spring bulbs like daffodils or add ground covers such as liriope or hostas for additional seasonal interest. Propagation: Propagate from semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or by grafting onto suitable rootstocks. Magnolia denudata 'Yulan' Common Name: Yulan Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia denudata 'Yulan' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Native to China, cultivated worldwide for its ornamental value

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Magnolia Elizabeth

Description: Magnolia 'Elizabeth' is a deciduous hybrid magnolia tree prized for its large, fragrant flowers and vigorous growth habit. It is known for its early bloom and attractive foliage, making it a popular choice in gardens and landscapes. Flowers: Blooms: Large, goblet-shaped flowers with delicate, pale pink to white petals that open in early spring before the emergence of foliage. The blooms have a subtle, citrus-like fragrance that enhances their appeal. Fragrance: The fragrance attracts pollinators and adds a pleasant scent to the garden. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, oval-shaped leaves provide an attractive backdrop to the spring blooms. The foliage turns yellow in autumn before dropping, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 4-6 meters tall and wide, forming a rounded, spreading canopy with age. Habit: Upright and pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded and spreading with maturity. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates with mild summers and cool winters, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching can help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes, where its early spring blooms create a stunning focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its broad canopy and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with early spring bulbs like daffodils or add ground covers such as liriope or hostas for additional seasonal interest. Propagation: Propagate from semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or by grafting onto suitable rootstocks. Magnolia 'Elizabeth' Common Name: Elizabeth Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia 'Elizabeth' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Magnolia Felix

Description: Magnolia 'Felix' is a deciduous hybrid magnolia tree renowned for its large, vibrant flowers and vigorous growth habit. It is prized for its early bloom and attractive foliage, making it a sought-after choice in gardens and landscapes. Flowers: Blooms: Large, cup-shaped flowers with rich, deep purple-red petals that open in early spring before the emergence of foliage. The blooms have a luxurious appearance and make a bold statement in the garden. Fragrance: The flowers emit a delicate, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators and enhances the garden atmosphere. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, oval-shaped leaves provide an elegant backdrop to the spring blooms. The foliage turns yellow in autumn before dropping, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 4-6 meters tall and wide, forming a rounded, spreading canopy with age. Habit: Upright and pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded and spreading with maturity. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates with mild summers and cool winters, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching can help retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes, where its early spring blooms create a stunning focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its broad canopy and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with early spring bulbs like daffodils or add ground covers such as liriope or hostas for additional seasonal interest. Magnolia 'Felix' Common Name: Felix Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia 'Felix' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Magnolia grandiflora Kay Parris

Magnolia grandiflora Kay Parris

Description: Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris' is an evergreen hybrid magnolia tree valued for its large, fragrant flowers and compact growth habit. It is a cultivar derived from the Southern Magnolia, renowned for its glossy foliage and impressive blooms. Flowers: Blooms: Large, creamy-white flowers with a hint of lemon-yellow at the base. The flowers are cup-shaped and appear in late spring to summer, adding a touch of elegance to the landscape. Fragrance: The flowers emit a sweet, citrus-like fragrance that attracts pollinators and adds to the garden's appeal. Foliage: Leaves: Glossy, dark green leaves with a leathery texture provide year-round interest. The foliage remains on the tree throughout the year, offering a lush backdrop to the blooms. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 7-10 meters tall and 4-6 meters wide, forming a pyramidal to broadly oval shape with a dense canopy. Habit: Upright when young, becoming more spreading with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, suitable for many parts of Australia. It prefers mild summers and cool winters but can tolerate occasional frosts once established. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to slightly acidic soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and keeps the root zone cool. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Protect from intense afternoon sun in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is important. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from supplemental watering during prolonged dry spells. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes due to its attractive foliage and showy blooms. Screens and Hedges: Suitable for planting as a screen or hedge for privacy, especially when multiple trees are planted together. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid excessive nitrogen, which can lead to lush foliage at the expense of blooms. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frosts to prevent damage to flowers and foliage. Companion Plants: Underplant with shade-loving perennials or ground covers like hostas or ferns to enhance the base of the tree Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris' Common Name: Kay Parris Southern Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Magnolia grandiflora Little Gem

Description: Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem' is a compact evergreen magnolia tree prized for its small size, glossy foliage, and abundant creamy-white flowers. It is a popular choice in landscapes and gardens where space is limited but the desire for magnolia beauty remains strong. Flowers: Blooms: Large, fragrant, creamy-white flowers with a bowl-shaped form. The blooms appear from spring to summer, adding a touch of elegance and fragrance to the garden. Fragrance: The flowers emit a sweet, citrus-like fragrance that attracts pollinators and enhances the garden atmosphere. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, leathery leaves with a glossy texture provide year-round interest. The foliage remains on the tree throughout the year, offering a lush backdrop to the blooms. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-5 meters tall and 2-3 meters wide, forming a dense, compact, pyramidal shape. Habit: Upright and compact when young, becoming more rounded and spreading with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, suitable for many parts of Australia. It prefers mild summers and cool winters but can tolerate occasional frosts once established. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to slightly acidic soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and keeps the root zone cool. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Protect from intense afternoon sun in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is important. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from supplemental watering during prolonged dry spells. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in smaller gardens, courtyards, and urban landscapes due to its compact size and attractive foliage and blooms. Screens and Hedges: Suitable for planting as a screen or hedge for privacy, especially when multiple trees are planted together. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid excessive nitrogen, which can lead to lush foliage at the expense of blooms. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frosts to prevent damage to flowers and foliage. Companion Plants: Underplant with shade-loving perennials or ground covers like hostas or ferns to enhance the base of the tree Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem' Common Name: Little Gem Southern Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for compact size and ornamental value

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Magnolia grandiflora Teddy Bear

Magnolia grandiflora Teddy Bear

Description: Magnolia grandiflora 'Teddy Bear' is a compact evergreen magnolia tree prized for its small size, dense foliage, and ornamental characteristics. It is a popular choice in landscapes and gardens where space is limited but the desire for magnolia beauty remains strong. Flowers: Blooms: Large, creamy-white, fragrant flowers with a bowl-shaped form. The blooms appear from late spring to summer, adding elegance and fragrance to the garden. Fragrance: The flowers emit a sweet, citrus-like fragrance that attracts pollinators and enhances the garden atmosphere. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, leathery leaves with a glossy texture provide year-round interest. The foliage remains on the tree throughout the year, offering a lush backdrop to the blooms. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-4 meters tall and 2-3 meters wide, forming a dense, compact, pyramidal shape. Habit: Upright and compact when young, becoming more rounded and spreading with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, suitable for many parts of Australia. It prefers mild summers and cool winters but can tolerate occasional frosts once established. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to slightly acidic soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and keeps the root zone cool. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Protect from intense afternoon sun in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is important. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from supplemental watering during prolonged dry spells. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in smaller gardens, courtyards, and urban landscapes due to its compact size and attractive foliage and blooms. Screens and Hedges: Suitable for planting as a screen or hedge for privacy, especially when multiple trees are planted together. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid excessive nitrogen, which can lead to lush foliage at the expense of blooms. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frosts to prevent damage to flowers and foliage. Companion Plants: Underplant with shade-loving perennials or ground covers like hostas or ferns to enhance the base of the tree Magnolia grandiflora 'Teddy Bear' Common Name: Teddy Bear Southern Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia grandiflora 'Teddy Bear' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for compact size and ornamental value

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Magnolia inspiration flowers in late winter to early spring however here on the sunshine coast we can get them to flower in late autumn if well kept and fertilised  grows to approx 4.0m however can be kept to around 2.5m really well if pruned    Ideal as a screening plant or a feature plant. Makes an excellent Pot specimen

Magnolia Inspiration (syn. Michelia

Description: Michelia 'Inspiration' is an evergreen shrub or small tree valued for its attractive foliage and fragrant flowers. It is known for its compact habit and suitability for smaller gardens or containers. Flowers: Blooms: Fragrant, creamy-white flowers with a hint of yellow, resembling those of magnolias. The flowers are cup-shaped and appear in spring, adding charm and fragrance to the garden. Fragrance: The blooms emit a sweet, citrusy fragrance that fills the garden, attracting pollinators and enhancing the overall ambiance. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, glossy leaves provide year-round interest. The foliage is dense and creates a lush backdrop for the flowers. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 2-4 meters tall and 1.5-3 meters wide, forming a compact, rounded shape. Habit: Upright and bushy when young, becoming more rounded with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from strong winds and intense afternoon sun. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soil enriched with organic matter. Mulch around the base to retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade is beneficial in hotter climates. Watering: Keep soil consistently moist during the growing season. Provide regular watering, especially during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen plant in smaller gardens, courtyards, and urban landscapes due to its compact size and attractive flowers. Containers: Suitable for growing in containers or large pots on patios and balconies, provided there is adequate space for root development. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or overcrowded branches. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for aphids, scale insects, and leaf spot diseases, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 9-11. Protect from frost in cooler regions of Australia to avoid damage to tender new growth. Companion Plants: Underplant with low-growing perennials or ground covers to complement the foliage and enhance the base of the plant Michelia 'Inspiration' (Syn. Magnolia 'Inspiration') Common Name: Inspiration Michelia Botanical Name: Michelia 'Inspiration' (Syn. Magnolia 'Inspiration') Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Magnolia Vulcan

Description: Magnolia 'Vulcan' is a deciduous magnolia tree celebrated for its spectacular and abundant blooms in spring. This hybrid cultivar is prized for its large, vibrant flowers and vigorous growth, making it a standout feature in gardens and landscapes. Flowers: Blooms: Large, tulip-shaped flowers with deep, rich reddish-purple petals that open from distinctive upright buds. The blooms appear in early to mid-spring, creating a striking display against the backdrop of emerging foliage. Fragrance: The flowers emit a subtle, sweet fragrance that enhances the garden atmosphere. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, oval-shaped leaves provide an attractive backdrop to the vibrant blooms. The foliage turns yellow before shedding in autumn, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 4-6 meters tall and wide, forming a rounded, spreading canopy with age. Habit: Upright and pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded and spreading with maturity. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to cool climates, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds and provide shelter from late frosts that can damage early blooms. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help protect against intense heat. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes, where its early spring blooms create a stunning focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its broad canopy and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with early spring bulbs like daffodils or add ground covers such as liriope or hostas for additional seasonal interest Magnolia 'Vulcan' Common Name: Vulcan Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia 'Vulcan' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Hybrid cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Magnolia x soulangeana Genie

Description: Magnolia x soulangeana 'Genie' is a deciduous magnolia tree admired for its exquisite, tulip-shaped blooms and compact growth habit. This hybrid cultivar is prized for its rich, deep purple-red flowers, making it a stunning focal point in gardens and landscapes. Flowers: Blooms: Large, goblet-shaped flowers with deep burgundy-purple petals that emerge from distinctive upright buds. The blooms appear in early spring before the foliage, creating a dramatic display. Fragrance: The flowers emit a subtle, sweet fragrance that enhances the garden ambiance. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, elliptical leaves provide an elegant backdrop to the vibrant blooms. The foliage transitions to yellow in autumn before shedding, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-4 meters tall and 2-3 meters wide, forming a compact, rounded canopy. Habit: Upright and pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to cool climates, suitable for many regions of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds and provide shelter from late frosts that can damage early blooms. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help protect against intense heat. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes, where its early spring blooms create a striking focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its compact size and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with early spring bulbs like daffodils or add ground covers such as liriope or hostas for additional seasonal interest. Magnolia x soulangeana 'Genie' Common Name: Genie Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia x soulangeana 'Genie' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Hybrid cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Magnolia x. soulangeana

Description: Magnolia x soulangeana is a deciduous magnolia tree celebrated for its spectacular early spring blooms and attractive foliage. This hybrid cultivar is widely cultivated for its large, showy flowers and is a favorite in gardens and landscapes. Flowers: Blooms: Large, goblet-shaped flowers in shades of white, pink, and purple. The blooms appear in early to mid-spring before the foliage emerges, creating a breathtaking display. Fragrance: The flowers may have a subtle fragrance that varies among cultivars, adding to the allure of the garden. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, oval-shaped leaves provide a beautiful backdrop to the vibrant blooms. The foliage turns yellow in autumn before shedding, adding seasonal interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 4-6 meters tall and wide, forming a rounded, spreading canopy with age. Habit: Upright and pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to cool climates, suitable for many parts of Australia. Protect from hot, drying winds and provide shelter from late frosts that can damage early blooms. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Morning sun with afternoon shade can help protect against intense heat. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes, where its early spring blooms create a stunning focal point. Borders and Screens: Suitable for planting in borders or as a screen due to its broad canopy and attractive foliage. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can encourage leafy growth at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 5-9. In cooler regions of Australia, ensure protection from late frosts that can damage flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with early spring bulbs like daffodils or add ground covers such as liriope or hostas for additional seasonal interest. Magnolia x soulangeana Common Name: Saucer Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia x soulangeana Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Garden hybrid between Magnolia denudata and Magnolia liliiflora

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Michelia Coco

Description: Michelia Coco, commonly known as Coco Magnolia, is an evergreen shrub or small tree renowned for its fragrant flowers and glossy foliage. It is prized for its ornamental value and ability to thrive in a variety of conditions. Flowers: Blooms: Produces small, creamy-white flowers with a hint of yellow or pink. The flowers are star-shaped and appear in clusters from late winter to early spring. Fragrance: The flowers emit a strong, sweet, and fruity fragrance that is most noticeable in the evening, attracting pollinators and enhancing the garden atmosphere. Foliage: Leaves: Glossy, dark green leaves are elliptical and leathery, providing an attractive backdrop to the flowers. The foliage remains on the plant year-round, adding to its ornamental appeal. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 2-4 meters tall and 1.5-3 meters wide, forming a dense, bushy habit. Habit: Compact and upright, with a rounded shape that makes it suitable for small gardens and container planting. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, making it suitable for various regions in Australia. It prefers mild winters and warm summers. Soil: Prefers well-draining, slightly acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. It tolerates light shade but may flower less profusely. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen plant in gardens and parks, where its fragrant flowers and glossy foliage can be showcased. Hedges and Screens: Suitable for planting as a hedge or screen due to its dense growth habit and evergreen nature. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Regular pruning helps maintain a tidy appearance and promotes bushier growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can lead to lush foliage at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for aphids, scale insects, and fungal infections, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 9-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from frost to prevent damage to young shoots and flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with shade-loving perennials or ground covers like ferns or hostas to enhance the base of the plant and add visual interest. Michelia Coco Common Name: Coco Magnolia Botanical Name: Michelia Coco Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Native to Southeast Asia

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Michelia Fairy Blush ( syn. Magnolia Fairy Blush)

Description: Michelia 'Fairy Blush', commonly known as Fairy Blush Magnolia, is a compact evergreen shrub or small tree renowned for its profuse, fragrant flowers and lush, glossy foliage. It is a popular choice for gardeners due to its ornamental value and relatively easy care. Flowers: Blooms: Produces an abundance of small, pink buds that open to reveal creamy-white flowers with a pink blush. The flowers are borne in clusters and bloom from late winter to early spring. Fragrance: The flowers emit a delightful, sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators and enhances the garden atmosphere. Foliage: Leaves: Dark green, glossy leaves are elliptical and leathery, providing a lush, dense backdrop to the flowers. The foliage remains attractive year-round. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-4 meters tall and 2-3 meters wide, forming a dense, bushy habit. Habit: Compact and upright, with a rounded shape that makes it suitable for small gardens, hedges, and container planting. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, making it suitable for various regions in Australia. It prefers mild winters and warm summers. Soil: Prefers well-draining, slightly acidic to neutral soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. It tolerates light shade but may flower less profusely in lower light conditions. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen plant in gardens and parks, where its fragrant flowers and glossy foliage can be showcased. Hedges and Screens: Suitable for planting as a hedge or screen due to its dense growth habit and evergreen nature. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Regular pruning helps maintain a tidy appearance and promotes bushier growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers, which can lead to lush foliage at the expense of flowers. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for aphids, scale insects, and fungal infections, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 8-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from frost to prevent damage to young shoots and flowers. Companion Plants: Underplant with shade-loving perennials or ground covers like ferns or hostas to enhance the base of the plant and add visual interest Michelia 'Fairy Blush' (Syn. Magnolia 'Fairy Blush') Common Name: Fairy Blush Magnolia Botanical Name: Michelia 'Fairy Blush' (Syn. Magnolia 'Fairy Blush') Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Hybrid cultivar

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