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The flower of magnolia Alexandrina is quite fragrant, in shape of tulip, pinkish-white in colour. It produces flowers in spring (late March, early April) before the leaves unfurl. Being a full sun lover, it also tolerates partly shaded exposures. The plant can be pruned as needed, in midsummer, once the leaves are completely unfurled. The foliage is green with leaves having yellow shades in autumn. It can be planted individually or in groups.
Magnolia Rustica Rubra produces flowers in late March or early April, before the leaves unfurl. Very large and wide, once opened the flowers are taking oval form and purple-red colour. Fast-growing and bushy variety. It can be planted individually or in groups and used as a closure for large surfaces.
With this particular variety of magnolia, the flowers are rather large and oval shaped, pinkish-purple in colour on the outside and white on the inside. It blooms in spring (late March, early April) before the leaves unfurl. The flowers are fragrant, resembling tulips in shape. Once in a while the plant can bloom in summer as well.