Magnolia Exmouth

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Grandiflora Exmouth

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  • Also known as Bull Bay Magnolia
  • Larger variety of evergreen magnolia
  • Dark glossy green foliage with velvety brown undersides
  • Dense oval shape growth, ideal stand alone feature tree
  • Stunning large creamy white feature flowers
  • Mature size 8-12 meters tall


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Magnolia Exmouth is one of the larger varieties of magnolia. At maturity it reaches around 10 meters tall, with its wide spreading branches, it is ideal for a stand alone feature specimen tree. Enjoy creamy white flowers with velvety brown undersides during late winter and early spring.


Product Specifications

  • Common Name: Magnolia Exmouth / Bull Bay
  • Mature Height: 8-12m tall
  • Mature Width: 5-8m
  • Foliage: Dark green glossy leaves with brown velvety undersides
  • Flowering Period: Late winter – early spring
  • Form/Habit: Oval, upright
  • Uses: Feature / specimen tree, large scale screening
  • Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen
  • Drought Hardy: Moderate; prefers well draining soil,
  • Soil: Most soil types, prefers well draining soil, loam or sandy soil.
  • Sun: Full sun
  • Maintenance: Low – medium, will benefit from a gentle prune
  • Planter Suitability: No


Commonly asked questions

Can I use Exmouth Magnolia for screening?

Yes you can but keep in mind these are one of the largest growing varieties of magnolia, their mature width can be 5-8m. Use this particular type of magnolia is you have a substantial sized space to screen, allowing plenty of space between each magnolia for good growth. If your property doesn’t have this type of scale, consider Teddy Bear, Little Gem or Kay Parris magnolias. They are excellent options for stand alone Specimen / Feature plants.


When do Exmouth Magnolias flower?

This magnolia variety have their flowering season during late winter, through to mid summer.


How do I keep my Magnolias looking healthy?

Ensure your magnolias are well watered, especially during the warmer months. A layer of mulch will help retain the moisture in the soil. A quality fertaliser will also increase the health of your plant.