Southern Dwarf Magnolia planting - Knowledgebase Question

Lexington, KY
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Question by sdodd4
October 2, 2006
I have three Southern Dwarf Magnolias that I am planting in my very triangular shaped small yard for privacy from the other house. How far apart should I plant them? Thank you.

Answer from NGA
October 2, 2006
Your dwarf magnolia trees will grow 10-15' wide at maturity so you'll want to provide enough room for each to grow without crowding. I'd plant them at least 7' - 10' apart. The canopies will grow close, but will not entertwine.

Best wishes with your new trees!

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