Star Magnolia
Common Name
Star Magnolia
Botanical Name
Magnolia stellata
Size
15-20' Tall x 10-15' Wide
Exposure
Grows best in full morning sun
Growth Rate
Slow, rounded spreading habit.
Color
Pure white flowers appear before the leaves in March.
Full Description
The flowers of this tree/shrub are relatively small (3- to 4-inch
diameter), pink or white, fragrant, and appear in late February and
March before the leaves appear. Star magnolias can be damaged by
freeze, although they are not as sensitive to cold as the saucer
magnolia. The leaves are dark green on top and light green
underneath, and show little change in color in fall before dropping.
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