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How to grow magnolias / RHS Gardening


For a small space, consider a star magnolia ( M. stellata or its cultivars), with many-petalled white or pale pink blooms...Many magnolias prefer slightly acidic or neutral soil, although several (such as M. × loebneri , M. sieboldii and M. stellata ) will cope in alkaline or chalky soils
RHS articles: Charles Williams' spring plant selections / RHS Gardening


Instead of growing Magnolia stellata or an M. x loebneri selection in a smaller garden, try this superb and equally smaller growing magnolia, bred here at Caerhays...Magnolia ?Gold Star? (?Miss Honeybee? x M. stellata ?Rubra...Unlike M. stellata this magnolia will form a strong leading stem as well as more drooping lower branches
RHS Garden Wisley plant of the month blog / RHS Gardening


Magnolia stellata 'Centennial...Magnolia stellata holds a place in the heart of many gardeners at Wisley ? not least because our former Curator and Executive Vice President Jim Gardiner is an authority on them, and planted many here during his tenure...Check out the Wisley Plant Centre for a range of Magnolia stellata options, and enjoy this starry spectacle at home
RHS / Graham Rice new plants blog: Mahonia 'Volcano' ? a colourful step forward in hardy winter shrubs / RHS Gardening


Plant hunter Barry Yinger, in a 2011 note in the Journal of the Magnolia Society International , reports that Seiju Yamaguchi single-handedly organized a movement to preserve important Japanese native stands of Magnolia stellata : ?Most remarkably,? he continues, ?he forced the Toyota Motor Company to abandon its plan to develop the area into a vacation resort for its employees
Trees for smaller gardens / RHS Gardening


Magnolia stellata 'Jane Platt' AGM: Height 3-4m (10-13ft...

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