Magnolia salicifolia Upright form

These are grafted from a tree growing at the Garden House in Devon, which has a very upright form. Possibly the same as Millais' var. fastigiata? The white flowers are typically scented and borne profusely in early spring, and the willow-like foliage is aniseed scented when crushed. This species will make a small to medium sized tree, and is suitable for sun or semi-shade on good soil.

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