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Magnolias of every type make wonderful container plants.
Choose from Magnolia Soulangeana, which is a lovely rose pink, Magnolia Susan, which is purple-red, or the gorgeous white Magnolia Stellata.
Steel Magnolias,'' another Southern chick flick (also set in Louisiana), was a regular quilting bee (much of it was set in a beauty parlor) with Julia Roberts, Shirley MacLaine (who was also in ``Terms''), Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Darryl Hannah and Olympia Dukakis.
to accommodate the matinee performance of ``Steel Magnolias.
Although durable when mature, magnolias can be slow to establish in the garden, often taking five or six years to show significant growth.
He suspects that magnolias are popular because, unlike the oaks, they flower.
Choose from Magnolia Soulangeana (rose-pink), Magnolia Susan (purple-red) or Magnolia Stellata (white).
The wide-open flower shape evolved from the plant's requirement to be pollinated by beetles because magnolias pre-date the evolution of honey bees.
There are several different species of magnolias that are indigenous to Mississippi, but the state tree and probably the most familiar species of magnolia is Magnolia grandiflora.
Magnolia stellata crossed with the closely related Magnolia kobus results in Magnolia X loebneri, all of which encompass a wide range of magnolias suited to small gardens, regardless of their soil pH.
This is one of the easiest to grow of all Magnolias.
The revival of Steel Magnolias at New York's Lyceum Theater promises a welcome contrast to current Broadway dramas like Twelve Angry Men.
In fact, geologists believe magnolias are an ancient tree, dating to millions of years ago.
That's why deciduous magnolias are often referred to as the aristocrats of the garden.
There are approximately 80 species of magnolias worldwide, eight of which are native to the eastern United States.