Magnolia ‘Charles Coates’

An unusual hybrid between M. sieboldii and M. tripetala raised at Kew, forming a small tree with strongly upright stems and broad-spreading branches. Flowers come in May and June after any frost and are heavily scented broad saucers of creamy-white with distinctly red centres and slightly crumpled tepals. Leaves large and pale under. Best in acid soil in semi-shade.

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