Southern Magnolia - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Chris Mahon
Vestal, NY
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Question by cmahon
February 14, 1998
Would a Southern magnolia would survive in this type of climate. If not, are there any suggestions for a tree comparable to the beauty of this type?

Answer from NGA
February 14, 1998
A Southern Magnolia wouldn't be happy in your region. Liriodendron (the Tulip tree) is a deciduous tree with saucer-shaped blossoms that look similar to Magnolias, and will grow in your area. Local nurseries should have what you're looking for.

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