The Elizabeth magnolia is an elegant and dramatic flowering plant that blooms in late winter/early spring and produces a cup shaped fragrant yellow flower on a naked branch.
Pruning in late winter will ensure an abundant host of flowers for the upcoming season.
The varieties of hybrids in the Magnolia family produce a range of beautiful flowers that make great features in backyards. The Magnolia family plants are also slow growing and will live for a long time if maintained.
Mulch well and fertilize with a general purpose slow release fertilizer or compost in early spring.