Plant Magnolias in our garden

As we already know, all plants and shrubs require countless care, which in some cases may be more or less, depending on the variety, the species and also other factors such as the time of year and the area in which we we find. Today I would like to tell you a little about magnolias, beautiful flowers that you can grow without any problem in your garden.

It should be noted that his tree is of fallen Leaf and it has a robust trunk with many large leaves and ramifications. Generally, the flowers begin to appear at the end of spring and can reach a size equal to the size of the palm of the hand. They are pink, purple, white or beige, which will make your garden look spectacularly colorful. So take note of these tips that we bring you today for the care of your magnolias.

First of all, it is important that you take into account temperature. Ideally, to grow magnolias the temperature should be an average temperature throughout the year, which is more or less between 17 and 22 degrees Celsius. Although the heat will be better than the cold, since the frosts affect this plant a lot, it is not good that the plant receives direct sun throughout the day, because its leaves could be damaged and burn.

Note that where the magnolia grows best, is in deep, cool, humid soils and low in limestone. It is important that you constantly monitor its nutrients since if there is a mineral deficiency, the plant could suffer from chlorosis. Watering is also very important for this plant, so we recommend that it be regular during the first years of life, until it has fully developed. Then we can water whenever the soil is dry or depending on the time of year in which we are.

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