New reply from carolb

<p>Yes Nat they are easy to look after, it depends on what time of year they bloom as to when you prune them, I am sure that there is advice on T&Ms web site on this one. I recently bought one from them that blooms though the winter months and then drops it leaves in late summer and is scented.</p>
<p>You could plant a summer flowering one and a winter flowering one on the same obelisk for double impact.</p>

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Original Post by BloomingBride

Transformation Underway

<p>Hi Guys</p>
<p>Had to share this with you, I finally got round to starting on my Garden now that the wedding is over! What do you think?? I've only started with the basics – Lilies, Fuchsias, Hydrangeas and Lavenders! I can actually feel my fingers starting to turn green, so proud of myself!</p>
<p>But now I'm stumped what to do next, the fence is in dire need of replacing so I can't hang baskets or have a trellis at the moment! I would love to have a real focal point for the garden like a tree/shrub and adore Magnolias but have heard that they can be quite temperamental, are there certain varieties of Magnolia which are easier to grow?</p>
<p>Thanks</p>

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