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( Donna Kobus Magnolia )
|White flowers, 8 inches across, opening flat, blooming in May. Large shrubs or small trees, with pink or white flowers, 11-16 narrow tepals. It is a hybrid that is not found in the wild. Introduced into cultivation 1923 by Loebner. Flower color ranges from white to pink, 4-6 inches across. Blooming time is between March and May, fruiting August to September.
Growth habit varies from single stem trees of 25 feet tall to multi-stemmed shrubs. Easily propagated from cuttings, flowering at an early age.
Important Info : Magnolias in this group are crosses between M. kobus var. kobus and M. kobus var. stellata, resulting in plants intermediate between the two parents.
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