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Ann Magnolia tree questions

Posted by nanaclaire 5b (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 25, 13 at 11:24

Does anyone have this tree, or know anything about this tree? I ordered it through and it will come in the spring, maybe 2' tall. I understand it is a "medium" grower and is considered a tree/shrub and can get 10' tall 10' wide.

I checked online AND if I'm understanding this right, sounds like I can keep it smaller if I want. I am trying to determine where I should plant it and have a small yard. I live in a mobile home community and we can't have anything too close to the street that will obstruct anyone's view. I think if i can keep it at a smaller height, it won't be a problem. Also, since it will only be 2' tall when we get it, and a medium grower, don't anticipate it getting to 10' that quickly.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ann Magnolia tree

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RE: Ann Magnolia tree questions

It should be fine as long as you keep up with the pruning. I bought Magnolia Jane a few years ago, intending to keep it shrubby. But I wasn't diligent about pruning and it's now more like a tree, at least 10 feet. It's a lovely tree.

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