What does a Japanese magnolia tree look like?

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The Japanese Magnolia tree is a small tree that is native to China. They are usually about 4 meters high. They bloom in the spring with large pink and purple flowers.
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Japanese magnolia trees grow approximately 25 feet tall with a 25-foot spread. They have rounded crowns, smooth light gray bark and thick grayish-brown stems. Their simple dark-green
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1 Choose a suitable spot. If you want to grow a tall tree magnolia, ensure that there is plenty of space for it to grow. Magnolia will grow in both sun or part-shade. If you want
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Unless you're a pro, it's unwise to undertake major pruning of a big tree yourself. Climbing around in a big tree without a safety harness could kill you, and using a chainsaw up
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What Is a Japanese Magnolia Tree?
Japanese magnolia, or Magnolia x soulangiana, trees are hybrids of Yulan and lily magnolias. Also called saucer or tulip tree magnolias, they are useful as specimens, groupings or patio trees.... More »
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