Edith Bogue Magnolia
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Edith Bogue Magnolia

Magnolia grandiflora 'Edith Bogue'

Interesting Flower

Characteristics: Flowers are creamy white and beautifully fragrant. Widely used and planted in the southern states; needs room to develop - a very worthwhile and handsome tree.

Growing Conditions: Very cold hardy

Uses: Low maintenance.

Height: 30'
Width: 15'
Shape: Pyramidal
Flowers: Flowers are very showy and fragrant with large, white petals.
Leaves: Leaves are dark green, glossy and oval.
Bark: Bark is brown to gray, thin, and smooth.
Planting Strip Width: 4-5.5' with power lines, >6' with power lines

Evergreen magnolia, native to southeastern U.S. Stands up well to snow and ice.


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