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Baby Boy Southern Magnolia Tree & Keepsake Ornament

Baby Boy Southern Magnolia Tree & Keepsake Ornament
Purchase Baby Boy Southern Magnolia Tree & Keepsake Ornament
  • Baby Boy Southern Magnolia Tree & Keepsake Ornament

  • $75

  • Tree Size:
    Approx. 18"-24" Tall

    Pre-Order

    Arrival Starting :

    Upon purchasing this gift tree, a beautiful hand written pre-order notification card will be mailed to the recipient immediately. This announcement will notify them of the gift tree scheduled to start arriving by . The warm spring temperatures provide a wonderful planting environment that will allow this tree to thrive.

    Another hand written gift card with your personal message will accompany the gift tree during the designated spring shipment date.

    Add Gift Card Message
    Free
    A thoughtful gift card is included with each purchase. Write your personalized message below.
    (150 character limit)
    Add Personalized Engraved Tag  
    +$21.95
    Same Day Engraving. This unique engraved tag provides a memorial keepsake with your gift tree or plant and helps identify the meaning behind your gift. Tag is 2" x 3.5" and comes affixed to a 17" stake. Please write your personal message in the space below. If you order prior to 1:00 pm it will accompany your gift tree order today!
    Baby Engraved Tree Tag
    (50 character limit)
    Included

    A unique and meaningful keepsake ornament for new parents. Made of birch wood and carefully engraved to commemorate the day your child was born! Each keepsake accompanies your plant or tree. Please write the baby's personal information in the spaces below.

    Baby Boy Keepsake
    (15 character limit)
    (18 character limit)
    (12 character limit)
Please Note: As with all things natural, our blooming plants and trees have different seasons. Depending on the time of year and temperatures around our country the blooms may have already occurred or may be yet to come. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Cannot Ship to
HI, PR, AK, CA
Sunlight
Full Sun
Mature Height
40-80 ft
Zone
6-10
Blooms
Creamy White Flowers, Blooms May through June
Fragrance
Lemon-Lime
Leaves
Deep green glossy foliage with dense fur back
Wildlife
Seed pods are important food source for migrating songbirds in the fall months
When you send a Southern Magnolia tree you are sending a forever gift for one of life's most happiest occasions. This tree will help commemorate the new baby's arrival! Each gift tree is beautifully packaged with pale blue ribbon and a unique birch wood keepsake ornament.

Care Information

General Care

Watering: Water every 4-5 days depending on weather/environment. Sun:Plant your magnolia in full sun. It will also grow in partial shade as long as it gets at least four hours a day of direct, unfiltered sunlight. Pruning: Pruning should be done during the growing season, after blooming.

Planting Guidelines

Magnolias are moderately fast-growing trees. The southern magnolia grows in acidic, loamy, moist, sandy, well-drained and clay soils. Southern magnolia should be planted 2inches above surrounding soil. This will help the roots to grow downwards. If planted too deep roots will grow towards the surface, creating a tree that is less stable. It can take 4 years to develop an established root system. Water and apply 3-5 inches of mulch around base to prevent weeds. Mulch should be kept at least 1inch away from stem.

Winter Care

If not already planted into the ground, keep in a pot/container. The Magnolia can be kept indoors until ready to plant in early Spring. Keep in an area of full sun/partial shade, water as needed.

Potting & Container

Southern Magnolias can be grown in a container and transplanted into the ground in late winter/early spring. If keeping in a container, use a 3 gallon for the first 6-12 months.Increase container size as tree grows. Container-grown plants should be transplanted in spring or fall, mulched, fertilized at planting, and well-watered. Avoid fertilizing the tree during its slowest time of growth in fall and winter. Continued watering and mulching is required for successful establishment.

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