June 7th, 2012

June 7th, 2012 by Sherri

At the southwest corner of the Counseling Center is an Oyama Magnolia {M. sieboldii} in bloom with white pendulous flowers that have red stamens to give the flowers a very attractive and colorful center. The flowers, unlike the better-known spring flowering Magnolias, open primarily in the early summer, but continue intermittently until late summer. Even though this plant is rated as zone 6 it has performed well in Plymouth {z.4} for 11 years.

Oyama Magnolia {M. sieboldii}

Oyama Magnolia {M. sieboldii}Oyama Magnolia {M. sieboldii}

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