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Old 03-22-2016, 06:21 PM
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Those 2 must be the most northerly so far then, 51N!
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Old 08-14-2016, 02:06 AM
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About ready to close/lock this thread; all of the southern magnolias that I know about in the Indianapolis area are displaying a thicker and fuller canopy of evergreen foliage than they were this time last season. Somebody please lock this thread for me, thanks.
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Old Today, 06:53 PM
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Default Conditions of southern magnolia after the winter of 2018-2019

So itís been a few years and though this is an old thread, I thought I could revive it by discussing how the southern magnolias people know of whether cold hardy varieties or the straight species. In Central Indiana, this winter has been the second winter in a row that has been abnormally cold(by Indianapolis standards), the southern magnolia trees I have seen through out the city limits (Marion and southern Hamilton county), the vast majority seem to have at least some leaf bronzing/burn and probably will experience partial defoliation later in this spring when they start putting on new leaves.so Iím wondering how southern magnolias in other areas have fared after the polar vortex that happened in late January this year. Please all who know of southern magnolias in or near the northern most documented ornamental range of this beautiful evergreen tree. Please feel free to chime in.
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