Scientific name:  Magnolia Grandiflora
Fruit:  No
Fallen Leaf:  No
Toxic:  No
Size:  27,5 m

The Magnolia is an evergreen tree that can reach 27.5 m in height. It belongs to the phanerogam species. It is usually grown for ornamental purposes.

DISTRIBUTION: Native to the southeastern United States from North Carolina across to Texas and down to Florida.

INTERESTING FACT: Its timber is used in construction, but its slow growth makes it expensive to produce on a large scale

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