Flowering Trees & the Magnolia?

Answer Magnolias, a genus consisting of about 225 species, fall under the botanical classification of angiosperms, meaning they bear flowers. Native to Asia and North and South America, they have spread t... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Flowering Trees & the Magnolia

Autumn-Flowering Magnolia?

Although magnolia trees are a common sight in the South, these trees can grow in much of the United States, depending on the cultivar. Most magnolia species blossom in the early spring, filling the... Read More »

Food for Magnolia Trees?

Before feeding your magnolia tree determine what it really needs. If your magnolia has healthy foliage and is gaining height and circumference, fertilizer is probably not necessary. For lackluster... Read More »

Evergreen Magnolia Trees?

Southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) is an evergreen North American native tree notable for its large creamy flowers. The flowers are very fragrant and cultivars have been planted as ornamental... Read More »

Where do magnolia trees grow?

Magnolia trees grow in the eastern United States and in southeastern Asia. Many species of magnolias have big and showy flowers. Southern magnolia trees can get up to 80 feet tall.Source:The United... Read More »