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Magnolia After A Deep Freeze Night in April

In this post I share a video and my personal thoughts on what the Magnolia tree will do after a freezing April Night.  Check out the video, images and personal recommendations in my blog today.

Magnolia Freeze Night in April

It is a good year for the magnolia even with orange flowers.  The orange basically is what color this 40 year old trees flowers turn after a freezing night.  Sometimes we get lucky and make it a full month without the flowers being damaged.  In this post I share what the blooms look like on the magnolia after 1 night in the mid 20’s.  To be honest with you… it has been a beautiful season for this tree.

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This video can be found on my Bren Haas Channel features on YouTube.  I hope you take the time to comment below and let me know what you think of this content.

Magnolia Freeze Night in April Images

kissed by the freeze - magnolia

Below you will find the perennials highlight on the video including the Magnolia.  You know how I am with names of plants.  There is a post featuring some of the magnolia trees that are on the market today on my website.  I’ve been super happy with the new ‘Jane’ variety my husband and I have in the front landscape.

  • ‘Spot On’ Pulmonaria
  • Doubling Tulips
  • Primrose
  • Hellebores
  • Magnolia ‘Jane’ Tree
  • Japanese Maple

Spring Color On My Website

If you enjoy color in your spring landscape like the Magnolia provides you may want to check out these post on my website:

On The Porch After April Snow

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Let’s Connect

After reading about the magnolia after a freeze would you consider growing one?  It is important to note that the shrub may do better in a warmer zone like 6-7 . I would love to hear what you think so please comment on my website today.  Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss anything new about what’s growing on.

Happy Spring Gardening,

Bren Haas

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