image
Large Established Magnolia Susan 150/175cm. 30 Litre Pot - Large Plants

Large Established Magnolia Susan 150/175cm. 30 Litre Pot - Large Plants

£105.00
Magnolia Susan Large
Magnolia Susan Large
Out of stock
Quick Overview

Established Pink Magnolia Tree Magnolia Susan a bushy, upright variety of Magnolia with large mid-green leaves. From mid spring to midsummer, narrow goblet-shaped, fragrant flowers emerge from slender, dark burgundy buds.Large plants

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
Over 160cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
30 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
150/175cm
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Girth
Girth
8/10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Pink
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
Out of stock

Large Established Magnolia Susan Tree 150/175cm 30 Litre: Magnolia Susan a bushy, upright variety of Magnolia with large mid-green leaves. From mid spring to midsummer, narrow goblet-shaped, fragrant flowers emerge from slender, dark burgundy buds. These open to slightly twisted petals which are burgundy on the outside and paler on the inside. A glorious deciduous Magnolia that makes a lovely specimen for a small to medium sized gardens, preferably with acidic soil.

What to expect: These are very well established young trees planted into large 30 litre pots, standing at approximately 150/175cm above the pot, and bushy with a spread of approximately 150cm. The pictures were taken in January.

Please note due to the size and weight of these plants, approximately 30kg, delivery has to made on a pallet this is what the couriers class as a kerbisde service please keep this in mind if your property is difficult to access. We will contact you prior to dispatch to arrange a convenient arrival day. 

Planting position: Magnolia prefer a good sunny spot but will cope well with 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 the flowers. Soil: Whilst this Magnolia prefers an acidic soil, it will adapt and grow reasonably in other types. If you soil has a high lime content it may be an idea to prepare a hole larger than required, line it, then add some John Innes Ericaceous Mix this will make the soil a liitle more neutral by raising the acid content. Ensure the planting area has a good supply of water and does not dry out totally or become waterlogged.

Suitable for container planting: Possible but not something we would recommend.

Eventual height and spread: A relatively small variety of the Magnolia cultivar that will only even in ideal conditions a miximum modest height of only 4 metres with a 3 metre spread. An ideal choice for smaller compact gardens

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 to medium.

Growth Habit: Upright Narrow

Evergreen: No deciduous

Flowering Period: A late flowering Magnolia, Flowers are produced from April throught to mid June

Foliage: Mid to dark green large leaves.

Winter hardy: Yes

A relatively easy plant to maintain that has no real specific requirements. When planting prepare the hole by adding plenty of peat, 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.