NATIVE – Large, ovate to oblong, shiny green leaves of this deciduous magnolia appear in whorl-like clusters at the stem tips, purportedly resembling the spokes of an umbrella. Malodorus, bowl-shaped, creamy white flowers bloom in spring shortly after the leaves emerge. Prefers an understory type of environment.
REQUIRES A MOIST, WELL-DRAINED SOIL; NOT DROUGHT TOLERANT
LARGE FLOWERING TREE