#MAGNOLIA 😍 Magnolia is a tree species of the tulip tree family. It occurs naturally in the southeastern states of the United States: from the coast of North Carolina to the south to central Florida and west to East Texas. In southern Europe, the tree is often planted in parks and as a laan tree.
The evergreen tree can reach a height of 30 m and a width of 12-15 m. The leaves are large, dark green, spoon-shaped, slightly leathery, up to 20 cm long and 7 cm wide, usually with a rust-brown hairy bottom. The flowers are white, about 20-30 cm in size, and spread a strong, pleasant scent. The cone-shaped collector fruits are first green, at maturity yellow-brown, and contain kidney-shaped seeds.

MAGNOLIA is a tree species