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Magnolia grandiflora 'Gallisoniensis' 8-10cm girth - standard tree


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Size: 300-325cm standard tree

The 8-10cm girth specimen is old enough to have quite a sturdy stem, and the first specimen with a good sized conical shape canopy. If you don’t have a big budget, this is the best tree to go for if your not happy to wait for the two smallest size specimens to get to a good size.

Stem height: 180-190cm

Canopy: 70cm wide / 70-90cm tall

Pot size: 50 Litre

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These Gallisoniensis Magnolia Grandiflora trees also known as Bull Bay are the ideal evergreen tree to screen your garden and house from neighbours or unwanted views. The stems have been grown as a perfect standard or to about 6 feet where the canopy begins. Meaning the canopy begins at fence height, we suggest you plant them in a line tightly against your fence to create a 'hedge in the air' effect. The virtue of doing this compared to planting a hedge is these Magnolia trees will save much wanted space in the garden itself, as there is no foliage from the ground up to where the canopy begins. The canopies of these trees can then be pruned, only once a year to be kept in a compact shape so they give you privacy but do not take up a whole area of the garden, including much wanted light, as most trees will do if they are left to grow in their natural state. Being evergreen Magnolias they will screen all through the year unlike pleached trees such as Lime or Beech.


DFG rating: 10/10

RHS pruning group: 1

Leaves: Evergreen, large, ovate, leathery, medium to dark green leaves. All evergreen trees lose leaves in May, as they don’t lose any in the Autumn / Winter they have to shed leaves at some point. 

Flowers: White. 

Soil Ph: Lightly Acidic or lightly Alcaline.

Hardiness: -15 and prefers sheltered spot. grandiflora is risky to plant in the Uk north of Newcastle, where a very sheltered spot will be essential.

Bamboo cane support: Must be left on secured to the clear stem of the tree for at least its first year. They are there to give the soft wood stem much needed support against high to storm winds. The stem on this size specimen will snap without the cane.


We offer and recommend our mature tree planting service. Planting, supporting and irrigating the trees properly is essential to them establishing. We travel all over England. Please call us to discuss and we will be delighted to give you a quotation.

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