Is this magnolia acuminata?

river_city(7b)June 23, 2014

This is growing wild in Richmond, VA. The underside of the leaves have a bluish tint to them. Thanks!

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subtropix

That looks more like Magnolia virginiana to me.

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beng(z6 western MD)

Acuminata would be my guess, especially if it's wild-growing, but a number of deciduous magnolias look similar.

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