Magnolia backwardshaped is a type of flowering plants, namely a deciduous tree that forms large pure plantations. The most common in mountainous areas, in particular, in broadleaved or mixed forests, mainly solitary, less often forms minor groups. Can be adjacent to:
all types of maple;
any varieties of birch.
The most common germinations are:
Black Sea coast of the Caucasus;
the south coast of Crimea;
central and western part of Ukraine;
Vladivostok, Voronezh and Moscow Region.
Magnolia backward-this is a tree that can reach 30 meters in height, and the diameter of the barrel is often 60-70 centimeters. Characterized by rapid growth, as well as a widepyramidal and loose crown.
Also, among the features, it is worth highlighting:
kidneys length up to 9 centimeters, as well as no more than 1 centimeter in diameter. They have a light green hue, and in the fall acquire a yellowish color;
Leaves grow up at the ends of the shoots and often accumulate into groups no more than a dozen. Parameters length up to 40 centimeters, and width of about 20 centimeters. The sheet plate is rounded in shape, but suddenly narrows to an end, having a dull top. Surface-green and naked on top, and from below-yellowish-blue with veins, less often-naked;
petioles no more than 40 millimeters in length;
flowers-often they are white or creamy white, often complemented by a yellowish-green tint. Cupshaped and unique aroma. Their diameter can vary from 13 to 18 centimeters;
perianth includes an average of 12 lobules. External red or pinkish shade with dull ends, and the internal ones backward, narrowing to the base, with a width of up to 4 centimeters and a length of up to 8 centimeters;
stamens length no more than 20 millimeters;
Ginetium diameter and length are the same and are 3 centimeters.
The flowering period begins only after the leaves bloom often this happens at the beginning or midsummer.
Magnolia backward has fruits these are red prefabricated leaflets that look like ellipse, while the length is up to 18 centimeters, and the width is 60 millimeters. Seeds have the shape of an egg and a fleshy peel their dimensions less than a centimeter. Farming is noted in September or October.