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Magnolia baillonii
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Scientific name - Magnolia baillonii

Synonyms - Paramichelia baillonii Michelle baillonii, Aromadendron baillonii.

Popular names - Cham pi pa, his, his harness, his long somsuai.

Distribution and Habitat - grows in the forests of semi-evergreen or evergreen, on light soils, fertile and moist, to 600 - 1500 m altitude.

Description - tree, 40 meters high, truncated 1 m in diameter. Stalk, leaf stalks are brown and language violated. Petiole 1.5-3 cm long. Leaves elliptic, ovat-elliptic, 6-22 x 4.7 cm, protruding ribs on both surfaces, base cuneata, top acuminata. Fragrant Flowers; tepale oblong-lanceolata, arranged in spiral, 2.5-2.7 C 0.5 cm, inner tepalele are lanceolata, 2 x 2 cm, stamens 6.7 mm anther, about 5 mm. Blooms in June-July. Frt obovoid to ellipsoidal-cylindrical, 6-10 x 4 cm, fleshy. Turned to 2-3 years. 2n = 38.

Growth rate --

Tolerant - do not tolerate frost.

Requirements - optimum temperature 19-20 ˚ C, soil, light, moisture.

Management - 16:20:0 NPK fertilizer is applied.

Propagation - seeds are collected in August and September, saplings are transplanteaza when they were 3.4 cm and 5 true leaves, root tips are cut before. Germinate slowly.

Diseases and pests - aphids, contested parts are destroyed and those not affected can be treated with insecticides.

Natural partners and Garden --

Cultivars and varieties --

Properties and Uses - wood used in construction and furnishings epntru. Can be used as Paramichelia baillonii ornamental tree for gardens.

Myth, Legend and FolChlorine --

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