evergreen magnolia


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  • noun

Synonyms for evergreen magnolia

evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowers

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Or you could go for the lovely evergreen Magnolia Grandiflora which flowers unusually in July and August rather than the spring.
In Awaji Island, the emperor and the empress and local children planted a memorial ''taisamboku,'' an evergreen magnolia tree that puts out pure white blooms at the beginning of summer.
Filling with greenery is the fun part using shoots from conifers and evergreens such as holly, box, privet, dogwood and even camellia and the evergreen magnolia.
Even for those self-proclaimed brown thumbs in Mississippi, the one evergreen that everyone could probably identify is the Southern Magnolia, also known as the Evergreen Magnolia.
Long-lasting choices include Douglas fir, evergreen magnolia, fir, holly, holly-leaf osmanthus, juniper, pine, and redwood.
This small evergreen magnolia grows slowly to 15 to 20 feet.