They can be grown in containers. Won't survive a transplant while it's in full leaf. Best to wait until it's dormant if you can.
You'll need a fair sized container for it as it grows though. Can be cut back to maintain a smaller size with care
I am not really sure, but here is where you may get some answers by asking the same question through e mail.
I do now that trees are kept small by putting them into containers. They are usually called bonsai trees. There is really no such thing as a bonsai tree seed. The seed from regular size trees are used, but the trees are kept small by keeping them in containers. When they go through there Deciduous stage they are taken out and the roots are trimmed to keep the trees small.
Deciduous means the leaves fall off in the fall, and return again in spring. Some trees are ever green (they keep there leaves even through the winter. So I expect the spring would also be the season to do re_potting trimming etc... Before the heat really sets in.
It is possible a cloned tree would be much smaller. Cloning is done from a branch of the mother tree. The size would be different when the growth rate is complete.
it could be were there planted I'm in the UK and don't know your climate do you feed them water them when there dry your best set is to go ask someone in a local garden nursery they will be able to tell you whats needed for your plants in your area Hope that helps its what i do in the UK when I'm stuck
In general trees of all kinds grow at their own pace. All you can do it keep them healthy. Here is a site with lots of links to various information about magnolia trees.
How far is the Magnolia Bend gazebo from the Magnolia Terrace at Port Orleans Riverside?
hi there, YES! here"s a link for you,it"s a cracker photos of every thing and everything about Magnolia Terrace at Port Orleans Riverside?
Magnolia Bend gazebo photos.oh your going to have fun with this,once on the page click the highlights for the photos..oh nearly forgot,congratulations on your wedding,hope every thing goes smoothly for you..
ps i would say the walk is no more than 50 yards,it shows you on the photos,,have fun.
Can I easily move a magnolia tree planted a year ago?
Generally the root ball is about the same size as the crown. Look at the top of the tree. If you feel able to dig out and move something that size, you're in business. Otherwise just leave the tree where it is or cut it down.
Can a magnolia tree grow in Northeast Pennsylvania?
Yes, some magnolia species can grow in NE Pennsylvania. Here is the problem you will have with your seeds. Virginia is one or two cold hardiness zones warmer than your area. That seed is from a tree that does not necessarily have the genetics to survive your winters, even though the species may be listed as hardy in your zone. The best I can tell you is to try it, but you could lose the tree in a cold winter.
Though most varieties of Magnolia can be propagated by seed, they will produce trees that are slow to flower and differ from the source tree. Yes, those are the seeds you see inside the buds.
Magnolia seeds have a fleshy outer pulp and a hard inner seed shell. You should remove this outer pulp first for best germination rates. Soak the seeds in water for a couple of days, changing the water every day. Remove any pulp and dry with a tissue. Plant immediately indoors or store in the refrigerator in a zip-lock bag with moist sand/vermiculite and sow in spring. Remember to not plant too deep. Sow seeds no more than two times their diameter deep in your soil.