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Royal Star Magnolia Hedge

Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’

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Royal Star Magnolia Hedge2019-09-17T07:26:48+00:00
The Royal Star Magnolia is a small low-branching flowering tree, which is often grown as a rounded shrub. Especially noteworthy for its compact size, the tree makes an excellent hedge or screen. Its star-shaped white flowers bloom best in full sun with moderately moist soil and usually at a younger age, always in late winter to early spring. The tree becomes significantly taller when grown in partially shaded environments and can generally tolerate a range of different soils.
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Royal Star Magnolia growing conditions

    star magnolia tree facts

    Native to Japan, the magnolia stellata royal star gray-white bark makes it a unique planting in a snowy winter scene with its bare branches and spreading, rounded crown. Also, check out Cornelian cherry and bald cypress, great options for hedging. You can also see other types of hedges available in deciduous and evergreen variety.
    Deer Resistance:YES
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    Sunset Heat Zones:2 - 9 and 14 - 24
    USDA Hardiness Zones:5 - 9
    Watering Requirements:Weekly, or possibly more often in containers or extreme heat
    Growth Rate:Moderate
    Mature Size:Up to 10’ height and 12’ width
    Sun/Shade:Partial Shade to Full Sun
    Drought Tolerance:Moderate
    Pest/Disease Issues:
    No serious pest or disease problems

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