“The beautiful fragrant flowers of this Magnolia are white with a hint of pink and lightly scented. They bloom from mid-March through April before its leaves emerge. ‘Royal Star’ is slow growing and one of the best Magnolias suitable for small gardens. it is best placed in a sunny sheltered spot where it will be protected from late frosts which could damage the buds.

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    Magnolia are prized for their large tulip or star shaped flowers that come in shades of white, pink, purple and even yellow. They make fantastic ornamental garden trees or shrubs, with the flowering season ranging from early spring to late summer. Whilst many Magnolia trees are deciduous, we also offer evergreen and semi-evergreen varieties that are useful for screening.

    Magnolias are an ancient genus that have been found (via fossils) to have grown throughout Europe, Asia and America. Hugely important in Chinese and Japanese cultures they have been cultivated in China for centuries and often appear in artworks and oriental garden designs. These fabulous shrubs and trees are renowned for heralding the Spring with copious star or goblet shaped blooms appearing on leafless branches. Shades of deepest pink to white create a stunning display in springtime and are a welcome sight after the dead of winter.

    Evergreen magnolias such as the Magnolia Grandiflora are perfect for evergreen screening or for training against a south wall producing beautifully large waxy and highly perfumed flowers in late summer

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