Magnolia campbellii ‘Queen Caroline’

A rarely seen form of this classic tree magnolia, raised at Kew gardens in 1904 from material sent from India. Flowers are an exceptional deep red-purple with a paler interior and measure up to 23cm diameter. An early flowerer, so a sheltered but sunny site with good frost drainage is a good idea.

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