How to Prune Southern Magnolia Trees?

Answer Southern magnolia trees are evergreens that grow to heights of up to 80 feet, according to The United States National Arboretum. Other distinguishing features of southern magnolia trees, according ... Read More »

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How do I care for southern magnolia trees?

WateringWater the southern magnolia tree deeply and thoroughly whenever the soil begins to feel dry. Southern magnolias need 40-to-80 inches of water annually. They are not drought resistant, so ke... Read More »

How do I prune lemon trees in Southern California?

WhipsCut your single-stem lemon tree to about 30 to 36 inches tall. Remove no more than 2/3 of the whip. In Southern California, prune in late February, when the tree is dormant.Over Three YearsRem... Read More »

What Is a Southern Magnolia?

Magnolia grandiflora or southern magnolia is one of the South's most popular landscape trees, according to online plant resource Floridata. The southern magnolia flower is the state flower of both ... Read More »

Southern Magnolia Varieties?

The Southern Magnolia tree, Magnolia grandiflora, is a large, evergreen tree that grows best in the rich, moist, acidic soils of the southeastern United States. The most commonly grown varieties ha... Read More »