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The hardiest of all magnolias, Mountain Magnolia is a large, round-topped, deciduous tree that can grow 60-75 ft. tall and wide. Its leaves, from 6-10 in. long, are deep-green in summer and yellow-brown in fall. Flowers are variable in showiness.

The tepals of most specimens open only to a vertical orientation about 2 in. across, though some open more fully. Many are greenish or greenish-white in color, though showier white- and yellow-flowered forms exist. They are followed by a cucumber-like fruit which turns from green to red. The flowers and fruit are often missed because they occur at the top of the tree.

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Additional information

Native

Long Island, United States

Wetland Indicator

FACU

Moisture

Wet, Wet-Medium

Size

2 Gallon

Special Attributes

Bird Attractor

Sunlight

Full, Full-Partial, Partial, Partial-Shade

The hardiest of all magnolias, Mountain Magnolia is a large, round-topped, deciduous tree that can grow 60-75 ft. tall and wide. Its leaves, from 6-10 in. long, are deep-green in summer and yellow-brown in fall. Flowers are variable in showiness.

The tepals of most specimens open only to a vertical orientation about 2 in. across, though some open more fully. Many are greenish or greenish-white in color, though showier white- and yellow-flowered forms exist. They are followed by a cucumber-like fruit which turns from green to red. The flowers and fruit are often missed because they occur at the top of the tree.

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