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Magnolia Tree - Commonly Asked Questions

Commonly asked questions on Magnolia Teddy Bear

Magnolia trees are a popular choice for many gardens. There are about '210 flowering plant species in the subfamily Magnolioideae of the family Magnoliaceae. It is named after French botanist Pierre Magnol'. They have unique flowers which can either be deciduous, evergreen or semi-evergreen based on the species. If you are considering getting a magnolia, then you may find the answers to the questions below useful.

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Does A Magnolia Tree Lose Its Leaves in The Winter?

Magnolia tree can either be deciduous or evergreen, depending on the species. New release forms such Teddy Bear magnolia are evergreen, along with Little GemKay Parris, and St. Mary,   

However all Denudata and Soulangeana forms of Magnolia are deciduous. Including the new release Magnolia Black Tulip and Vulcan.

How Big Does A Teddy Bear Magnolia Get?

The Magnolia Teddy Bear will not usually grow any higher than 5mt if planted in ideal conditons. It also grows to approximately 3mt in width. This is quite small compared to other species and so is ideal for smaller gardens. It still has the characteristic green leaves of the magnolia.

Does Magnolia Have Invasive Roots?

The roots of a Teddy Bear magnolia tree are not necessarily invasive, but they do grow horizontally rather than vertically. This can potentially cause some problems if the tree is located too close to a building. The roots are also very sensitive and so you will need to be careful whenever you are digging in the soil.

How Much Does A Magnolia Tree Cost?

Prices for Magnolia start at $33.95 for a 20cm pot,  expect the plants to be 50-60cm tall in this pot size. In a 25cm pots plants are generally 70-90cm tall and between $50-$60.  

For a more mature Magnolia expect to pay up to $260 for a 2mt Magnolia species. For the highest quality Magnolia at the cheapest prices, see Online Plants.

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