Tripetala Magnolia tree fall colors

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Culture & Science - Ecology and Environment
Monday, 25 October 2010 08:59

magnolia tripetala

Tripetala Magnolia tree fall colors. We are pleased to present another beautiful piece in this series on the colors of autumn . The Magnolia tripetala is a truly majestic tree, highly valued from the point of view ornamental.

It is deciduous, native of Southeastern North America, more precisely from the Appalachian Mountains. His colorful autumn, because the foliage turns yellow and brown at this time of year, but its fruit cells, which appear precisely in October, a copy become attractive and colorful in autumn.

magnolia tripetala herbario

Scientific name: Magnolia tripetala

Common name: Tree Magnolia umbrella or umbel.

General appearance: they are characterized by a generous foliage whose big leaves are shiny and bright and may reach 30 to 50 cm long. It is a large tree, which may even reach 15 m tall. Emphasize its large white flowers with a large red style.

Requirements: prefers moist soil, rich with abundant organic matter. Grow well in full sun or partial shade.

Usefulness: mainly ornamental

Multiplication: by seeds


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