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Order Magnoliales
... Order Magnoliales Order Magnoliales Family Magnoliaceae (Magnolia) Order Magnoliales has perfect flowers, free floral parts, sepals and petals which are similar, numerous ...
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Magnolia Vine
... Magnolia Vine Magnolia Vine . . . a deciduous, woody-stemmed, twining climber. Magnolia Vine Schisandra chinensis Family: Schisandraceae (Schisandra family) Genus: Schisandra Species: chinensis Note to readers: Last ... my front door for inspiration…and nearly tripped over a saucer-sized blossom of a magnolia vine. Schisandra chinensis is an interesting plant, and one you may very well encounter in ...
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Daylily: Peach Magnolia
Daylily: Peach Magnolia Peach Magnolia (Joiner 1986) 32"-ML-5.5", Double daylily, Peach self, Dor, Dip. Stunningly beautiful in peak bloom! The warm peach coloured daylilies are somewhat sun-washed in this photo. Photo Source: Charlotte Chamitoff Canon A95 (Summer '05)
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Magnolia
... stately, glossy leaves and large pure white blooms. The Southern magnolia grows naturally in North Carolina in rich, moist soil along ... February. Under natural conditions magnolia limbs grow to the ground. If you will leave the bottom limbs on your magnolia, not only will you ... shrubs. Be sure to allow plenty of space for your magnolia to develop when you select a site for it. Consumer Horticulture ...
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Magnolia acuminata L
... Magnolia acuminata L Magnolia acuminata L. Cucumbertree Magnoliaceae -- Magnolia family H. Clay Smith Cucumbertree (Magnolia acuminata), also called cucumber magnolia, yellow cucumbertree, yellow-flower magnolia, and mountain magnolia ...
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Magnolia fraseri Walt
... Magnolia fraseri Walt Magnolia fraseri Walt. Fraser Magnolia Magnoliaceae -- Magnolia family Lino Delia-Bianca Fraser magnolia (Magnolia fraseri), also called mountain magnolia, earleaf cucumbertree, umbrellatree, or mountain- ... magnolias, the relatively sharply peaked and restricted diploids, Fraser magnolia and umbrella magnolia, may be compared with the tetraploid cucumbertree (21). Supposedly, ...
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Magnolia Page
... Magnolia Page Magnolia Page by Louise Parsons In mid-March to early April our sixty year-old magnolia bursts into profuse bloom. Barely seen in the upper left-hand corner is our ham ...
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Bigleaf Magnolia
... Maple American Elm Black Walnut Bigleaf Magnolia American Yellowwood Fraser Fir Pinckneya Dwarf Chestnut Oak Virginia Roundleaf Birch Bigleaf Magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla) The Bigleaf Magnolia is a medium-size ... may not do well in northern regions. Scientific Name(s): Magnolia macrophylla Common Name(s): Bigleaf Magnolia, Silverleaf Magnolia Plant Type: Mid-size deciduous tree Height: 40 to ...
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Magnolia acuminata--Cucumber Tree
... Tree Michigan State University Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00000923 11/12/99 Magnolia acuminata--Cucumber Tree Hardiness Zones: 3 to 8 Height: 60 ft Spread: 60 ft Form: rounded Type: deciduous tree Annual Growth Rate: 12 to 18 inches Flowers: White Comments: This magnolia often forms a single stem more readily than other species of the genus. The large ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Magnolia Plaza
... Pavilion Judith D. Zuk Magnolia Plaza From March-blooming star magnolias (Magnolia stellata) to saucer magnolias (M. x soulangiana) in April, Magnolia Plaza is sweetly scented with 17 varieties. Magnolia Plaza is an ... vigorous tree with clear yellow flowers that is a favorite of home gardeners. History of Magnolia Plaza Magnolia Plaza was first planted in the spring of 1932. It was designed by ...
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