About Saucer Magnolia at OSU's Landscape Plants site
Hybrid created in France circa 1820. A cross between M. denudata and M. liliiflora. Many cultivars exist.
Height does not exceed 50’ but the spread does.
Leaves have smooth margins and are about 6” long.
Flowers are tulip-like at first, then open to a “saucer” shape of 6” with 9 petals.
Fruit matures to scarlet seeds.
Fall color is insignificant.
Common in Portland.
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Private, Front Yard