est. 2008 

Magnolia grandiflora ‘Gallisoniensis’ ~ bush shape


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Often seen on the side of Stately homes. This is a medium sized bushy tree, with large evergreen leathery leaves that look similar to Cherry Laurel. But these leaves have a brown under leaf that makes it very distinctive. grandiflora have enormous white flowers that bloom through Summer in to Autumn. Can be grown as a stand alone tree or grown against a large house or wall. 


DFG rating: 10/10

RHS pruning group: 9 if grown as a bush

RHS pruning group: 1 as a specimen tree

Leaves: Evet green, dark green and ovate.

Flowers: White and wonderfully large.

Soil Ph: Lightly Acidic.

Hardiness: -10c.

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