Magnolia grandiflora 'Southern Charm' PP 13,049 Teddy BearŪ Magnolia is a very compact native Magnolia with an upright self-branching habit. Teddy BearŪ has small to medium sized 2" to 4"wide by 3" to 6" long shiny dark green leaves. The leaf back is reddish-brown and heavily felted. When plants are 3-4 years old, they begin producing flowers from May until November. These lovely fragrant white flowers are 6" to 8" wide. A long, continuous flower season helps to control plant size however, if more control is needed, Teddy BearŪ Magnolia can be easily pruned to maintain a much smaller size. This wonderful Magnolia blooms best and retains a more compact size when grown in full sun. Our original unpruned parent plant is 19 years old and only 17 feet tall and 10 feet wide with a full dense habit from the ground up. Teddy BearŪ Magnolia is hardy in USDA Zones 7-9.
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