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Magnolias grow in tropical, subtropical and temperate climates. Magnolias are native to North, Central and South America, as well as Southeast Asia and the Caribbean. More »

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Different types of magnolia trees include the cucumber tree, Yulan, evergreen magnolia and the Japanese big-leaved magnolia. Magnolias are both deciduous and evergreen, with large, showy flowers that have both male and f... More »

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Prune a magnolia tree after its first flush of blooms to avoid inadvertently removing flowering branches, and prune trees that bloom all season long early in the growing season. Don't remove more than one-third of the tr... More »

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With over 200 species of magnolias, the tree is as varied as it is beautiful. Magnolias have large white, pink, red, purple or yellow flowers, depending upon the type. They are a subtropical native, thriving in southeast... More »

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