Majestic Beauty - Roots and Flower Season - Knowledgebase Question

Irvine, Ca
Question by adrianamar
December 13, 2005
My Irvine (92604) site is located 8-foot awary from a 6-foot block wall and I'm concerned about the Majestic Beauty roots. I also wonder if the bloom season is too short?

If the roots are too invasive or the bloom season too short could you suggest another tree 25-35', long bloom season, color preference flame-orange (A yellow cassia is already represented nearby)

The Hong Kong Orchid keeps coming up as the best candidate but I'm looking for other options? Thanks for your help.


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Answer from NGA
December 13, 2005

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Monrovia carries a number of plants with 'Majestic Beauty' in the name, so I can't really give you specific information about roots or bloom time. Here's a list of Majestic Beauties found on the Monrovia website:
MAJESTIC BEAUTY ? FRUITLESS OLIVE Olea europaea 'Monher'
MAJESTIC BEAUTY? JAPANESE BLACK PINE Pinus thunbergiana `Monina`
MAJESTIC BEAUTY? COAST REDWOOD Sequoia sempervirens
MAJESTIC BEAUTY ? TULIP TREE Liriodendron tulipifera 'Aureo-marginatum'
MAJESTIC BEAUTY? EVERGREEN ASH Fraxinus uhdei 'Monus'
MAJESTIC BEAUTY ? STAR PINE Araucaria heterophylla `Monia`
MAJESTIC BEAUTY? SOUTHERN MAGNOLIA Magnolia grandiflora 'Monlia'
MAJESTIC BEAUTY? FLOSS SILK TREE Chorisia speciosa 'Monsa'
MAJESTIC BEAUTY? INDIAN HAWTHORN Rhaphiolepis x 'Montic'

If there's a specific tree you want more information on, please submit a new question through the Monrovia website and we'll do our best to provide new information.

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