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Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

Magnolia tomentosa

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Star magnolia (Magnolia tomentosa) belongs to the family Magnoliaceae (the Magnolia family). It is a small deciduous tree that is native to along the Gulf of Ise in Honshu; Gifu, Aichi and Mie prefecture. This tree grows around bogs and along mountain streams, can reach about 5 m in height. Pale pink to white flowers come from March to April. The flower has the look of 12-18 petals, though it is difficult to divide into petals and sepals. This species is thought a crossbred between the Northern Japanese magnolia and the Anise magnolia.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp