Plant Galaxy – A Galaxy of Benefits


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Magnolia ‘Galaxy’ trees prefer moderate to warm temperatures and can thrive in hardiness zones 4-9. They thrive best in soil that drains well, although wetter conditions will still be tolerated for brief periods. A layer of mulch helps retain moisture on planting sites. Once established, Magnolias ‘Galaxy’ requires minimal irrigation but would still benefit from an occasional light feed of balanced slow-release fertilizer applied twice annually in early spring and late fall for optimal growth.

Propagating Magnolia Galaxy can be done either through grafting or cuttings. Cut a healthy stem approximately 4-6 inches long from its parent plant for cuttings propagation. Remove all lower leaves before dipping them in the rooting hormone to promote new growth. Once the cut end has been treated, place it in a container containing well-draining potting mix in a warm and sunny location until roots develop – usually within several weeks. This should allow you to transplant the cutting into its permanent garden bed.

When planting a magnolia, begin digging a hole slightly larger than its roots. Firm the soil gently before backfilling around its base. Work any air pockets out with your fingers before watering the area until it reaches an appropriate moisture level – but without oversaturation!

After several weeks, check the soil to see if more water is required. Magnolias Galaxy requires minimal pruning; light trimming may be necessary to promote shape and increase rebloom in subsequent years. Deadheading can help remove spent flowers while stimulating new blooms; however, this method may not always be necessary for this species. It may also be wise to prune damaged or diseased branches when necessary.


Plants are often planted for specific reasons, whether for privacy, to produce fruit, or to be an eye-catcher in the landscape. One effective method of fulfilling those dreams may be pruning – though remembering that training a plant for structural options during its early growth period is best practice.

As with so many tasks in gardening, pruning plants requires an art. Pruning should not simply involve knowing when and where to cut but rather understanding your intended goal and listening for any clues it provides about that goal. Spend some time observing your plants to learn more.

One key thing to remember when pruning flowering shrubs is that their blooms only appear on new wood, so it is necessary to remove any spent blooms for more colors to appear later in late winter or early spring. Evergreen trees also need regular pruning for optimal air circulation, as this will prevent disease and insect issues from developing.