Loebner Magnolia

Introduction

A cross between Magnolia kobus and Magnolia stellata — this small, deciduous tree enjoys a rounded habit and star-like white flowers that appear before the leaves in early spring. Flowers give way to cone-like fruits that ripen to red in late summer. Most often grown as a multi-trunked tree, the young bark is smooth and silver gray, becoming slightly roughened with age.

Size and Light Requirements

Given full sun to partial shade, this slow-growing tree rarely exceeds 30 feet.

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All the trees in this guide have been selected by Casey Trees and are well adapted to the soil and conditions present in Washington, D.C.


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