Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Cue the Magnolias
Winter in the West is about quince, camellias, daphnes, and magnolias.
Reds, Pinks, Whites, and Purples dot the gardens around the coast. These bright spots are super showy in a landscape of fallen leaves and bare branches.
Magnolias are the loudest and largest plants in the winter landscape. The blooms can be enormous - some measure 16" across. Even the 'smaller' flowers pack a punch. See Exhibit A to the left.
Small spaces that need a shot in the arm this winter could use Magnolia 'Genie'. This dwarf is ideal for residential spaces and homeowners alike.
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