Rediscovering the Beauty of Magnolia: A Fresh Perspective on a Timeless Flower

# **Learn About Magnolias: A Guide by Keith @ Countryside Nursery**

Welcome to Countryside Nursery, where Keith will take you on a journey to discover the beauty of magnolias, our Plant of the Week! In this comprehensive video, Keith introduces different varieties of magnolias, their blooming seasons, heights, and fragrant flowers. Whether you’re a gardener or just an admirer of nature, this guide will leave you mesmerized by the stunning magnolias.

## **Varieties Featured:**

1. **Royal Star Magnolia** – The first to bloom, delighting your senses from late February to April. Its white, fragrant flowers adorn this smaller variety, reaching heights of 8 to 10 feet. It can be either a charming small tree or a lush shrub.

2. **And Magnolia** – Be amazed by its continuous re-blooming capabilities from mid-March all the way through summer. Sporting dark pink-purple flowers with a white interior, this magnolia grows up to 10 to 15 feet tall with an impressive 8 to 10 foot spread.

3. **Jane Magnolia** – Prepare to be captivated by this larger variety, blooming generously from mid-April to May. Its lighter pink-purple flowers with a bright white interior create a mesmerizing visual display. Jane magnolias can reach heights of 15 to 20 feet, with an 8 to 10 foot spread.

4. **Butterfly Magnolia** – Last but not least, the exquisitely unique flower of the Butterfly Magnolia will enchant your senses. Blooming throughout May, this taller variety boasts yellow flowers with contrasting red stamens, emitting a delightful lemony fragrance.

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So, if you want to witness the magical blooming of these magnificent magnolias, visit us at Countryside Nursery. Don’t miss the chance to explore these and other breathtaking varieties. Hurry in while they’re in full bloom and create your own garden oasis!

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#vid_tags: Magnolias, Royal Star Magnolia, And Magnolia, Jane Magnolia, Butterfly Magnolia, fragrant flowers, blooming season, garden, nature, plant care, gardening tips

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