Star-magnolia-bush, the star magnolia is a small, compact ornamental tree grown for its early spring flowers. opening in early spring before the leaves unfurl, the flowers are clusters of white petals sometimes touched with pink. because they bloom so early, they are vulnerable to damage by late spring frosts in the midwest.. The star magnolia bush is a flowering shrub that grows 15 to 20 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide. it is also grown as a small tree. star magnolia develops several trunks near the soil line, and creates a dense canopy of foliage and flowers. the shrub grows equally well in containers and directly in the earth., the star magnolia (magnolia stellata) is a shrub-like tree that produces fragrant blossoms that last throughout the spring and into the summer..
Magnolia stellata 'royal star' sku #6040 an early bloomer with large, fragrant, white, double flowers appearing before the foliage emerges in spring. a springtime thriller that will add a nice touch to the landscape as the seasons progress., the star magnolia (magnolia stellata) is known as a small tree or large shrub that is native to japan. the habit is oval with low branches and very close-set stems..
Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about magnolia, star magnolia (magnolia stellata) 'royal star' supplied by member gardeners in the plantfiles database at dave's garden., with showy 3-4" fragrant white flowers, this hardy magnolia can easily be used as a single specimen or a foundation planting. dark green leaves with striking, gray bark. adapts to slightly acidic, rich soils. full sun produces best flowers. (zones 4-9). The star magnolia (magnolia stellata) is a deciduous flowering tree that normally reaches a height of 15 to 20 feet at maturity, with a slightly smaller spread. the star shape of its white flowers gives it both its common name and scientific name. it blooms in march or april, making it one of the true harbingers of spring., magnolia shrubs range from deciduous to evergreen and provide a variety of flower forms and sizes in white, pinks and purples. species can range from 15 foot tall, bushy specimens to 80 foot tall trees. care for the magnolia is relatively simple especially in warm weather climates. choose a site with good drainage in full to part sun.