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Magnolia stellata ‘Rosea’


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Magnolia stellata i.e. star magnolia is a species of magnolia native to Japan, and is, along with the intermediate magnolia, one of the more popular varieties in Poland.
Magnolia stellata 'Rosea' a slow-growing small shrub or small tree with a compact, spherical habit growing up to 2.5 m high. Flowers very profusely before the leaves develop in mid-April.
The flowers are fragrant and quite large reaching about 15 cm in diameter. Taking the form of a star, hence the name of the cultivar Constructed from a dozen or so slender petals ( tepals ), which have a delicate pink colouring on the outer side. After flowering the flowers turn white.
Magnolia stellata 'Rosea' is a valuable cultivar that is recommended for smaller gardens because of the growth and height the plant can reach.
Magnolia requires a humus, permeable, slightly acidic substrate and a sheltered, sunny position.

Height and width of the dispatched plant

Variant of the product.

Target height and width

250/300 cm

Planting period

From spring to autumn

Container size

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Bloom time

From April until May


Minimum -23/-21 degrees, Zone 6A


Keep the soil moderately moist.

Soil type

Fertile, loamy, well-drained, slightly acidic to neutral



Maintenance procedures

It is important to cover plants for the winter and removing diseased and frosted shoots, after winter.

For details on how to grow magnolias, see HERE.
Magnolia growth rate

Slow growth pace.

Magnolia form

A small shrub.

Magnolia cutting

Shrubby, spherical and compact.

Flowers - tepala length

From 4 to 6 cm.

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