Home > Plants > Star Magnolia 'Rosea'

Star Magnolia 'Rosea'   /   Magnolia stellata rosea

Back   Return to the list   Next

Buy: Star Magnolia 'Rosea'


Pictures of:  Star Magnolia 'Rosea'


Everything about: Star Magnolia 'Rosea'

Star Magnolia 'Rosea' - Magnlia stellata 'Rosea' (latin)

Geographical origin: Japan.
Adult Dimensions: Height up to 6m, spread up to 6m.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Deep. Dislikes calcareous soils.
Climate: Hardy up to -15°C. Springtime' frosts can jeopardise its blossom.
Site: Partial-shade.

Characteristics and uses:
The Star Magnolia 'Rosea' is a close relative to the Magnolia Kobus. A pink flowering variation of the classic Star Magnolia, Its blossom takes place at the end of winter and at the beginning of spring, before the appearance of the leaves. In the autumn its leaves turn yellow before falling and reveal a silvery-grey bark when the wood is old.
The Magnolia stellate 'Rosea' is sometimes considered as being an invasive plant. This risk is nevertheless limited under our latitudes as the seeds rarely reach maturity.

See the Magnolia catalogue

Back   Return to the list   Next


Your reviews about: Star Magnolia 'Rosea'

             >> Write your own review

Pépinières PLANFOR
1950 Route de Cère
Tel : (020).7660.0178
Fax : 0033 558 064 854