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Big Canyon Residence, Newport Beach, California mediterranean-landscape

Big Canyon Residence, Newport Beach, California

Espaliered Magnolia trees against a garage wall in residence entry courtyard
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June 1, 2014
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Magnolia 'Little Gem' originally 15 gal. columnar, gradually pruned to an informal espalier. Roots and height are not problems with this variety. It can easily be pruned to maintain desired size.
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Thank you! The entry is so beautiful!
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