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Magnolia March Till Frost

Flowers from Spring right up to the First Frosts

Magnolia March Till Frost Ornamental Flowering Tree.
Magnolia March Till Frost
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Height Excluding Pot: 1.25-1.5m (4ft 1-4ft 11)

Pot size: 20 Litres

Plant ID: 12464 12

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Magnolia March Till Frost
Magnolia March Till Frost 1.25-1.5 m

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Height Excluding Pot: 1.25-1.5m (4ft 1-4ft 11)

Pot size: 20 Litres

Plant ID: 12464 12

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Was £175.00
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Magnolia March Till Frost is a new deciduous cultivar of magnolia tree that blooms from spring until the first frosts. It has graceful tulip-shaped pink flowers that make it a gorgeous specimen tree or an eye-catching addition to a mixed border.

Magnolias were one of the first flowering plants. They are captured in the fossil record dating back 100 million years. They used to grow across Europe, but today are native to southern China and southern United States. There are many cultivars, but this new magnolia was bred by August Kehr, Hendersonville, USA to flower across the whole summer.

It’s a tree magnolia with green glossy foliage. In spring, purple buds appear that mature into pink tulip-shaped blooms. The year’s first are usually pale pink, then its summer to autumn blooms are darker pink. The majority of flowers appear in spring, but lesser amounts keep blooming until frosts arrive as its name suggests.

This is a lovely specimen tree and a must for magnolia lovers because unlike standard magnolias it flowers from spring to autumn.

Height And Spread of Magnolia March Till Frost
Magnolia March Till Frost is a tree magnolia that’ll reach a height and spread of around five metres over 10-20 years.

How Hardy Is Magnolia March Till Frost
This magnolia is hardy throughout the majority of the UK if it’s grown in well-drained acidic-neutral soil. A sheltered spot free from harsh drying winds helps maintain the flowers.

How To Use Magnolia March Till Frost
This is a beautiful specimen tree for a sheltered urban courtyard or a wall side border. Its sculptural shape and simple tulip-shaped pink flowers are modern enough for townhouses but just as attractive in a cottage garden.

How To Care For Magnolia March Till Frost
Choose a spot in full sun to light partial shade. Magnolia March Till Frost needs shelter from cold winds and should never be planted in a frost pocket because late frosts will damage its buds.
Magnolias prefer acidic to neutral soil. In alkaline soil, its leaves may become chlorotic. If you have very chalky soil, it’s best to grow this magnolia in a large well-watered container of ericaceous compost.
Pruning isn’t required and may even ruin its naturally goblet-shaped branching habit.
Water well until new growth emerges and apply a thick layer of acid-based mulch to the roots in early spring.

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