Magnolia Dwarf Coco - Flowering Shrubs

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About the Plant - 

  • It is a slow-growing evergreen shrub.
  • A very fragrant and delightful flower, the buds open in the evening.
  • It smells like a ripe wood apple.
  • The flowers are small and cream-colored.
  • Plants form neat oval-shaped bushes around 2 to 3 m high.

GROWING TIPS - 

  • Easy to grow in a garden pot.
  • Can grow in semi-shade as well as full sunlight, but protect the plant from 
  • Grown for their beautiful flowers in a temperate climate.
  • Does well in acidic soils.
  • The minimum distance between plant to plant Read More
Type: 

Flowering Shrubs

Vendor: 

exoticflora

SKU: 

4029

Weight: 

1.5 kg

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Frequently Asked Questions

In General, all our flowering plants will start flowering within a year after the planting, and the majority of them you will receive with flowers.

Minimum 4-6 hours of direct bright light are necessary for flower plants to produce flowers. The soil should be well-drained, fertile, and organic in nature, the sandy-loam soil is the best soil for flowering plants.

The best Fertilizers are Organic fertilizers & Organic compost, manure to apply to your flowers. Remember Phosphorus based fertilizers are best to produce more flowers. Look at the descriptions of each plant for plant care guidelines.

Remember overwater can kill your plant(make sure that your pot should have drainage hole). Water when the topsoil(2-3 inch) feels dry to touch. In general moderate watering(in every 3-4 days)

You can grow all the flower plants on our Terrace or Balcony. You can also look at the collection of Flowering plants suitable for balcony in our collection sections.

There are many plants suitable for Devotional Purpose, the flower plants are All hibiscus, all roses, coral jasmine, all jasmine, all Tagar, all Nerium, Lotus, and any other flowering plants, Sacred trees like Bilva, Neem plant, wood apple, Saraca indica, Kadamba, Peepal, wood apple, kadamba, Saraca indica, Peepal, Banana, Mango etc.

There are many plants that bloom more than a season. There is a collection of year-round flowering plants in our website you can look at that collection in Flowering plants sections.

Different plants grow in different height, it totally depends on plant varities, it's location, you can find the details of each plant in the description.

Make sure that plants receive proper sunlight(3-4hours), regular watering & monthly organic compost or manure for early blooming.

The pot size is vary from plant to plant, always select 4-5 inche wider than your current pot.

In general, after 15-30 days you can transplant the plants.

Prepare the pit (1x1feet) pot slightly bigger than current pot, remove the plants from the existing pot, then place the plant in the pit or pot and then fill it with a mixture of garden soil, compost, cocopeat, perlite, vermiculite, finally water thoroughly to your plants.

Customer Reviews

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Sharatchandra H C
Came in excellent condition

I had ordered for the Dwarf Magnolia Plant. Although the dispatch was delayed, the plant came in excellent condition. It was neatly packed. Hope the plant developed well. They should speedup deliveries by talking to their courier agency.

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Yohan pandyanathan
Good condition plant

Arrived in good condition

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Sandhya am

The plant was small, 2 leaves were turned brown. Waiting for recovery..

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Mahesh Jain

Plant received in almost dead condition due to long transit period (7days) . I have reported to the supplier same day but expert suggested to keep waiting for a month to grow.Now plant is almost dead no hope of servival.

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Shamoli bungalow opposite Atlanta tower Gulbai Tekra road Ahmedabad
Plant not settled yet

We have not transplant plant in new pot yet . Kept in shed , watering every day . Leaves are drying off from corners one by one . Should I transplant in bigger pot with soil and manure ?