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    Companion Plants for Magnolia Trees



    • Rebecca Renze

      Magnolias (genus Magnolia) are a family of flowering trees and shrubs that are among the first to bloom each spring. Hardy to U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9, ...

    • Amanda Schroeder

      More than 16 recognized species of magnolia tree (Magnolia sp.) exist in the United States, with many named varieties chosen for early blooming and color of bloom. They have large, fragrant flowers ...

    • Katrina Rawls

      Just how fast your magnolia tree grows depends on the kind you have. These trees are well-known for their beautiful flowers, but actually some varieties bear inconspicuous blossoms. In the landscape, ...

    • Liz Bates

      More than 16 recognized species of magnolia tree (Magnolia sp.) exist in the United States, with many named varieties chosen for early blooming and color of bloom. They have large, fragrant flowers and deep-green leaves that make them a common choice as an ornamental tree. Magnolias come in both evergreen and deciduous varieties. The evergreen southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) has low branches that bend to the ground, creating up to a 40-foot spread. The deciduous saucer magnolia (Mag...


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