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Large Established Magnolia Stellata 150/175cm 30 Litre - Super Plants.

Large Established Magnolia Stellata 150/175cm 30 Litre - Super Plants.

£74.95
Large Established Magnolia Stellata 150/175cm 30 Litre - Super Plants.
Large Established Magnolia Stellata 150/175cm 30 Litre - Super Plants.
4 In stock
Quick Overview

Magnolia Stellata often referred to as Star Magnolia, producing masses of starry white flowers in early spring. 

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
141cm - 160cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
30 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
2/3m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Slow
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
4 In stock
Qty

Large Established Magnolia Stellata 150/175cm - Bushy Plants 30 Litre : Stellata one of the smaller growing varieties of Magnolia, ideal for smaller gardens and large pots. It produces pure white star shaped flowers that are ever so slightly scented, native to Japan it has become established as one of the most popular small trees in the Uk. One of the best things about this magnolia is its ability to adapt to various soil types, unlike other varieties it is tolerant of lime soil, so is suitable for almost any garden, due to its small nature it is also happy planted in a large pot so can be used for decoration in small gardens with no borders or planting area.

Awarded RHS Award of Garden Merit.

What to expect: These are large bushy established plants arriving in 30 litre pots with a height above the pot approximately 150cm, with a similar spread, lovely plants, picture taken January. 

Planting position: Magnolia Stellata prefer a good sunny spot but will cope well with light partial shade. Preferably plant somewhere away from exposed windy sites and somewhere that avoids frost as much as possible, this is more important in early spring than during the winter as late harsh late frosts may damage furry buds and the flowers.

Soil: Whilst most Magnolia prefer an acidic soil. This variety will adapt to almost any type, even ones with a high lime content. Ensure the planting area has a good supply of water and does not dry out totally or become waterlogged.

Suitable for container planting: Yes can adapt to being grown in a pot.

Eventual height and spread: In absolute ideal conditions upto 3 metres with an 2 metres spread. But even after 10 years this plant will only have reached 1.5 metres

Pruning: Not really a necessity, if you choose to it should be done in Mid-summer when the tree is in full leaf. Any broken or damaged branches can be removed as they occur. Growth speed: Slow

Growth Habit: Bushy

Evergreen: No deciduous Flowering Period: Produces stunning large star shaped white flowers in April through to May, leaves arrive towards the end of the flowering period Foliage: Mid to dark green large leaves.

Winter hardy: Yes

A relatively easy plant to maintain, that has no real specfic requirements. When preparing your hole add some well rotted manure or a loam based compost this will help the plant adapt to its new surroundings quicker, also ensure your plant is planted at the same depth as it is in the pot. Like all new plants ensure a good water supply until established