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At maturity the Flowering Southern Magnolia trees grow up to 50 feet high, covered with waxy, glossy evergreen leaves as large as one hand. The behemoth evergreen magnolias stand like linear un-moving sentries, flowering from June until September, cloaked in gigantic, waxy-white flowers with an extraordinary sweet, spicy fragrance that resists descriptions. The Southern Magnolia trees range northwards to zone 5

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The Southern Magnolia Grandiflora tree has green leaves all year and can withstand extremely cold weather conditions, even snow and ice. On trees over 100 years old, gigantic roots arise around the base of the tree and extend as far as ten feet well above the ground surface. Southern Magnolia trees are often planted at the border of a landscape garden, and the evergreen leaves filter the air from automobile exhaust fumes.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 23 Write a review »

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Can't wait to see if it makes it June 18, 2016
Reviewer: Sandy from Carrollton, MS United States  
I soaked the roots for 24 hours before planting it. A magnolia has always been one of my favorite trees.   So far it's living.

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Good Size May 31, 2016
Reviewer: Stephen Crews from Luthersville, GA United States  
Tree arrived between 4 and 5' tall - much healthier and hardier than from other vendors.

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6-7 feet? May 10, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Houston, TX United States  
The plant wasn't 6-7 feet by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe 5 feet, and that included the root ball.

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Southern Magnolias May 9, 2016
Reviewer: Kathy Avery from Yukon, OK United States  
One of the trees I recieved seems to be doing well, the other has lost all its leaves except for 3. I hope it's not dead.

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Not bad May 2, 2016
Reviewer: Monica from Indiahoma, OK United States  
This is the only tree put of 5 I am even close to being happy with.It had leaves but the roots were dry and crumbling.I hope it lives.

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