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Jul 13, Magnolias are notorious for leaf drop just before flowering. It is especially noticeable on evergreen trees that produce large leaves and create a mess when numerous leaves appear to drop at one time. This is not something you need to worry about since the tree will put out new leaves once the flowering process has treefall.pwted Reading Time: 1 min. Bigleaf magnolias grow in USDA zones 5a through 9b.





Sprenger magnolia (Magnolia sprengeri) grows up to 40 feet tall and 30 feet wide with a low, spreading canopy. It yields showy pink or white flowers in spring, and its leaves are bronze or gold when they drop in the fall. Sprenger magnolia will grow in USDA zones 7 through Magnolias are among the world's most ancient flowering plants, appreciated for their attractive form, fragrant flowers and showy, colorful fruits and seeds so attractive to songbirds.



Should I be worried?



Some magnolias are evergreen, but many are deciduous, meaning that they drop their leaves in autumn and conserve energy in winter by going dormant.

Apr 11, Markus Lange/Robert Harding World Imagery/Getty Images. Some species of magnolia drop their leaves naturally during certain times of the year, particularly in the spring. It is also possible that a fungus is growing on the leaves. The color of the leaves that fall from the tree is an easy way to determine whether the leaf loss is healthy or the result of a sick treefall.pwted Reading Time: 50 secs. Apr 20, Most deciduous trees lose their leaves in the fall, but Southern Magnolias will drop the older leaves in the spring - every spring.



If the leaves change to a yellow color prior to falling from the tree, the loss is likely part of a natural shedding process that takes place, particularly in the spring.



Fresh new foliage replaces the older, discolored leaves, giving your plant a fresh new look each spring! Enjoy.





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