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Magnolia: Amazing Caring Tips with Best Compost

Magnolia: Amazing Caring Tips with Best Compost

In the post, we will know about how to plant Magnolia seeds

  • How to plant at home and garden
  • Top 5 caring tips
  • Bloom season

How to Plant at Home and Garden: There are two methods to plant magnolia at home, one is by using its seeds, and another is by using cutting. In this post, we will produce by using seeds. Buy the seeds from an online store or local nursery. Seeds are tiny, with the size of 5 to 8 mm long, and seeds are black in colour with sharp points.

Prepare a Soil Potting: To make a good quality soil potting, take out the garden soil (50%), vermicompost or cow dung (30%), and river sand (20%). Mix it well and make the soil potting well-drained. Take out the small flowerpot (size should be 4 to 5 inches). Fill the soil mixture into a flowerpot.

  • Please take out the magnolia seeds and pour their seeds into the soil potting.
  • Cover the seeds with a soil mixture.
  • Give water properly and place the flowerpot in the semi-shaded area or indoor location.

Within 20 to 25 days, germination starts from the seeds, and new stems and tiny leaves appear from the seeds. If germination does not appear from the seeds, then you can pour perlite into the soil potting (50gm).

Transplantation:  If the plants grow up to 4 to 5 inches then, we need to transplant them with a separate flowerpot.

Remember while planting: In a flowerpot, make sure drainage holes are available or not. If there are no holes at the surface, then make 5 to 9 holes (Drainage holes are necessary). Cover the holes with a grenade or stones. For the best result, use a clay flowerpot. The distance between the seeds should be 1 to 2 inches.

For Transplantation: Remove all the plants from the old flowerpots and take a large flower pot (size at least 8 to 10 inches with a depth of 5 inches). Use garden soil with cow dung. Mix it well.

  • Fill the soil mixture into the flowerpot.
  • Dig a hole (4 to 5 inches deep) and put the plants into those holes.
  • Cover the rooting system with soil mixture.
  • Give water properly and place the plants in full sunlight or partial sunlight.

Within 4 to 5 days, new leaves and stems appear from the plants. Maintain soil moisture.  

Top 5 Caring Tips :

  • Watering: Don’t overwater. For watering, check the top layer of soil potting, or If the soil is dry, give water to the plants. For best growth, always maintain soil moisture.
  • Temperature: Magnolia is a sun-loving plant, keeping the plants in full sunlight (at least 5 to 6 hours). During the frost season, keep the plants in full sunlight (all the time). 
  • Best Fertilizer: Bone meal and peat moss is the best fertilizer for their growth. Give fertilizer after 30 to 45 days and after fertilization, give water immediately.
  • Pruning & Cutting: Pruning and cutting are essential for their growth. Prune the plants before the growing season. Cut out the dry leaves, faded flowers, and head of the stem. For cutting, use garden tools.
  • Pests & Disease: Over time, many types of insects and diseases attack plants, so don’t forget to spray pesticide liquid or neem oil. Click here to buy neem oil and pesticide liquid

Flowering Season: Within 5 to 6 months of a plantation, flowers bloom on the plants and these flowers look beautiful and attractive. Each flower has 2 to 3 layers of petals, and each layer has 5 to 6 petals. The centre part differs in colour, and flower colours depend on the varieties.

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