Why you should plant Magnolia grandiflora "Little Gem"

Because the blossoms smell as good as this one looks. Plus, it's hardy from Long Island to South Florida. Plus, it has a tidy upright habit and is perfectly sized for many peoples' yard. Plus, it's virtually problem-free. What more do you want from a tree?
The balletic blossom of Magnolia grandiflora "Little Gem."

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  • Faith Koch Faith Koch on May 05, 2014
    Our magnolia is now 30-35' tall & still growing! Glad we planted it out in the middle of the front yard!
  • Laurie Gross Laurie Gross on May 05, 2014
    I have the " Teddy Bear" version planted in a transportable pot...so it comes with me when I eventually move!!!
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