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magnolia tree for southwestern Ohio

Posted by daisyflower 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 5, 09 at 10:45

I live in zone 6 near Cincinnati Ohio and have been trying to locate a magnolia tree for the area where I live. Can anyone recommend a particular magnolia tree for southwestern Ohio?
Thanks for any help and it will be greatly appreciated.

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RE: magnolia tree for southwestern Ohio

  • Posted by picea 6A Cinci- Oh (My Page) on
    Sat, Jul 18, 09 at 19:03

What color bloom and how large do you want the tree to get? The best evergreen magnolia for the area is Brackens Brown Beauty. The best tree form pink would be Daybreak or Rosemarie as both bloom a little later and are less likely to get hit by late frost.

There are several nice yellow magnolias avaialble.

For more information on magnolias check out the website of Fairweather Gardens and Rare Find Nursery.


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