|I RECENTLY PURCHASED A ALTA SOUTHERN MAGNOLIA TREE FROM A BENEFIT AUCTION I ATTENDED.COULD YOU HELP ME WITH WHEN TO PLANT THIS? SHOULD I KEEP IN HOUSE TILL SPRING? HOW OFTEN TO WATER IN HOUSE? I AM LOST.|
THANK-YOU FOR ANY HELP
Answer from NGA
November 13, 2005
|Your Southern Magnolia should be planted in the ground as soon as possible. Fall is a great time to plant and transplant - that's when air temperatures are cool and rainfall abundant, both of which will help your new magnolia become established in its permanent home.|
Enjoy your new magnolia!
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