Magnolia sieboldii 'Michiko Renge'

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Magnolia sieboldii 'Michiko Renge' - Oyama Magnolia cultivar
Common name: Oyama Magnolia cultivar
Family: Magnoliaceae (Magnolia)
Distribution: Cultivated
Hardiness: -20 - 20 F
Life form: Deciduous tree
Fall color: Yellow
Foliage characteristics: Broad, elliptic to oblong leaves with downy undersides. 3-6" long.
Fruit characteristics: Cone-like structures turn pink and split open to release orange to red seeds inside. 3" long.
Bloom Time: May to June
Bark characteristics: Gray
Average height: 15'
Structure: Vase
Bloom characteristics: Cup-shaped white flowers with red stamens. 4" wide.
Description: This is a cultivar of an east Asian magnolia. It has a white, double flower, and pink-red stamens.
Links: Kendal Crosslands ArboretumThe Dawes ArboretumUniversity of Delaware College of Agriculture and Natureal Resources


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