3 responses to “Magnolia zenii”

  1. Beverley

    Magnolia zenii – Z9 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

  2. maureen

    You’re lucky to live where magnolia will thrive, Daniel. Gorgeous photos of a gorgeous tree~

  3. Ron B

    Looks like the flowers can become profuse as the tree matures.
    “One of the four plants at the Arnold Arboretum bloomed at about seven years of age. Flowers had only 6-7 tepals, due to lack of expansion of 2-3 of the inner tepals. A plant at the U.S. National Arboretum first bloomed in 1990 at the age of nine years. There is a strong fragrance to these flowers. The species may be marginally hardy in Zone 5, yet further observation is necessary to confirm this.”
    –Callaway, THE WORLD OF MAGNOLIAS (Timber Press)

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