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Variegated Magnolia Tree

Posted by goldpianogarden z8b/9a, S.E. GA (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 7, 08 at 13:02

Does anyone know of a source for a variegated magnolia tree, like the ones commonly grown in the south....except variegated. I would assume the one commonly grown is magnolia grandiflora. I've seen only a handful of pics of variegated ones on the internet....but no sources.

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RE: Variegated Magnolia Tree

  • Posted by picea 6A Cinci- Oh (My Page) on
    Thu, Feb 21, 08 at 18:53

Google McCrackens Nursery. He might have the variegated southern Magnolia. Your other option is to locate Magnolia Virginiana 'Mattie Mae Smith' It is a variegated selection of the evergreen variety of sweetbay magnolia. Has nice variegation.


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