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'Evergreen Magnolia Tree'

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 24th January 2014

…need acclimatising to outdoor conditions prior to planting if you have been growing them indoors. Name: Sue Russell Question: I need to move a magnolia tree - not too big - 7 yrs old. How deep do the roots go - its moving in a straight line in my front garden but further back away from the road -…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Session 22nd July 2011

…conditions. Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’ is a nice compact evergreen tree and Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin’ has stunning red foliage on new growth. Although Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) is normally used for hedging, it makes a good dense tree or large shrub…

Thompson and Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 12th July 2013

…off. What is wrong with it? Answer: Hi Clare, it looks like your Magnolia is naturally shedding its leaves to make way for new growth. Evergreen trees and shrubs tend to shed their leaves in the warmer months of the year. Magnolia grandiflora leaves are long-lasting but they will drop after several…

What to do in the garden in November

…manure or mushroom compost. * • Move deciduous trees and shrubs while they are dormant. * • Prune deciduous shrubs and trees. * • Plant evergreen shrubs and conifers. * • Take hardwood cuttings of deciduous shrubs and trees and place them in a sheltered spot outdoors or in the…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 22nd August 2014

…fairly resilient and don't need a lot of maintenance once established. Other small trees to consider are Amelanchier à grandiflora 'Ballerina', Prunus 'Shogetsu', Acer griseum or even one of the smaller Magnolias. If you would like something a little more exotic looking then maybe try some Bamboos.…

Thomnpson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 7th March 2014

…red and yellow. Another reasonably small native tree is the Hawthorn. This also has creamy white flowers and red berries which the birds love. Both Rowan and Hawthorn are fairly resilient and won't mind the street being windy. If you prefer an evergreen then it might be worth considering Holly. It…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 20th April 2012

…I would also recommend that you feed your magnolia this summer while it is in active growth with a general purpose fertiliser, or you can add a slow release fertiliser to the compost when you repot it. Hopefully these adjustments will help your magnolia bloom next year. Name: Clare Rushton Question:…