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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Commonwealth Avenue Garden
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views of the Prudential and John Hancock Tower. The character of the site is amplified by the dramatic contrast between architecture and sky. Mature magnolias underplanted with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses
Saucer magnolia tree (Common names: Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia)
magnolia possibly on blank brick on rt side of house toward back
Saucer magnolia 25-30 tall and wide
you're planting it. Saucer magnolia reaches soaring heights for a patio tree but is also low branching. Here, mature magnolias line Commonwealth Avenue in Boston.
LOVe Saucer magnolia trees!!! A must for my backyard
“Saucer magnolia tree” — Tricia Meyer
The New York Botanical Garden
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Magnolia x soulangeana Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
There’s a reason saucer magnolia is used so extensively — it’s one of the most tolerant and easy-to-grow magnolias. But that in no
Botanical name: Magnolia x soulangeana Common names: Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate (keep the soil
Botanical name: Magnolia x soulangeanaCommon names: Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnoliaUSDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Moderate (keep the soil evenly moist)Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade (prefers morning sun)Mature size: 25 to 30 feet tall; similar
spreadBenefits and tolerances: Blooms attract bees, butterflies and birds; easy magnolia to grow; tolerates clay soilSeasonal interest: Early, prolific blooms on bare branchesWhen to plant: Plant it in spring during active growth. (It can also be planted in fall before the frost.)
“magnolias” — glenroy
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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views of the Prudential and John Hancock Tower. The character of the site is amplified by the dramatic contrast between architecture and sky. Mature magnolias underplanted with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses
This is a magnolia tree--great one isn't it? (Magnolia x soulangeana) and there are many hybrids... You could "google" it and find out if it will grow where you live... good luck!
Any Breed of Saucer Magnolia with Yellow or Bright Blue, Not Just Pink?
saucer magnoliaBlooms attract bees, butterflies and birds4 to 9Early, prolific blooms on bare branches
Botanical name: Magnolia x soulangeana Common names: Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate (keep the soil evenly
“Magnolia tree” — bellegirl79
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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views of the Prudential and John Hancock Tower. The character of the site is amplified by the dramatic contrast between architecture and sky. Mature magnolias underplanted with hostas form a threshold into the historic brownstone. Weathered-wood planting beds spill with new hardy shrubs, perennials, grasses
Saucer Magnolias- one of Spring's early bloomers
Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia
easy magnolia to grow; tolerates clay soil Seasonal interest: Early, prolific blooms on bare branches When to plant: Plant it in spring during active growth. (It can also be planted in fall before the frost.)
Botanical name: Magnolia x soulangeana Common names: Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate (keep the soil evenly
“Saucer magnolia” — renaedeaver
The New York Botanical Garden
Saucer Magnolia
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Magnolia x soulangeana Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
their namesake saucer shape. Many cultivars have been developed in a wide array of colors and sizes. When the blooms fall, waxy petals temporarily transform the ground into a soft pink blanket.
Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia
Botanical name: Magnolia x soulangeana Common names: Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, tulip magnolia USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate (keep the soil evenly moist) Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade (prefers morning sun) Mature size: 25 to 30 feet tall; similar spread
Saucer magnolia heralds the coming spring as one of the season's earliest bloomers. Flowers appear earlier in milder climates, and later where winter persists. Five- to 10-inch waxy blooms cloud bare branches
“tulip magnolia tree” — bmandwd
Suzman Design Associates
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Private Residence
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I have a very small Jane magnolia that I bought at Kmart this spring...still in the container. How long does it take to grow? I have a spot that needs something to attain it's mature
type of magnolia-- not the evergreen kind though. beautiful!
This tree is a Magnolia soulangeana and it likes full sun (sun at least 3/4 of the day).
magnolia soulangeana full sun 3/4 day
“Tree in lawn” — drsumbul
Monrovia
Black Tulip™ Magnolia, Magnolia x soulangiana 'Jurmag1' P.P.A.F.
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Black Tulip™ Magnolia, Magnolia x soulangiana 'Jurmag1' P.P.A.F.
burgundy-red 6 inch flowers with a unique tulip shape appear before the leaves emerge in early spring. The darkest and tightest flowers of any Tulip Magnolia on the market! An excellent small specimen or may be topped to form a hedge. A fine container plant or backdrop for Rhododendrons, Camellias and Azaleas
Saucer magnolias. Also called tulip trees, these are varieties of Magnolia soulangeana, a deciduous small tree with supersize flowers on bare branches in late winter and early spring. Colors range from pure white to purple — some are so shockingly dark that they look black. Shown here is 'Black Tulip'
Tulip'. Considering their good looks, saucer magnolias are surprisingly easy to grow in almost all California gardens. They make great lawn trees. Smaller varieties can fit into a border or raised bed of spring-flowering annuals and perennials. Wherever you put the tree, make sure it's a focal point at this
“Black tulip magnolia” — songstress3
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
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8" wide by 6' deep portico Trees are Saucer Magnolia
Saucer magnolias...Saucer magnolia
“portico” — amdixon0125
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