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Q.Propagating Magnolia Trees from Seeds

Zone 34608 - Spring Hill, fL | Arleen added on June 21, 2016 | Answered

All the articles I’ve seen indicate seed pods must be collected in fall. This is mid-June and in walking my dog, I collected a few pods that I spotted under a mature magnolia, thinking I might be able to start my own magnolia tree. Will I not be able to use these pods? Do I have to dry them out first? Or maybe they’re not seed pods at all, although they look like them from the pictures I’ve seen.

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Answered on June 22, 2016

This article will help you with Magnolia seed propagation.


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