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Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora)

Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Southern Magnolia
Magnolia grandiflora


Southern Magnolia at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens.

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iasi, Romania

please tel me how should i do "ferment" the seeds af magnolia grandiflora ? i am madly pasionate since i last sow this more-then-beautiful flower :) . IREMLVED THE RED FLUSHY FRUIT AND NOU THE SEEDS ARE CLEEN BUT WHAT ABOUT THE FERMENT? I RED SOMEONE SAD THET THE SEEDS MUST BE FERMENTED,AND I SEE ONE FOTO IN WHICH THE SEEDS ARE IN SOME SORT OF SOIL ....PLEASE TELL ME COSE I REALY WANT ONE OF THIS TREE TO MAKE MY LIFE WANDERFULL EACH DAY:) MY EMAIL ADRESS IS [email protected] and you know i wait for your advise like no one else.olso i broke some yung,one yeer old buds tring grafting it,and i put bees wax to hermetically close the gap, but is 27 november i water it once/week(i have no botanical knolege:) so please i realy ned your profesional help kind people outthere

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Josephine, Arlington, TX(Zone 8a)

Marco, I am sorry, but I have never grown Magnolias. The picture of mine is from the Botanical garden.
I suppose that if you soak the seeds and then plant them you will probably get something, but I have no experience with Magnolia.
Josephine.

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