Sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana). Called Sweetbay, Laurel magnolia, Swampbay, Swamp magnolia, Whitebay and Beaver tree also

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Sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana). Called Sweetbay, Laurel magnolia, Swampbay, Swamp magnolia, Whitebay and Beaver tree also

By Teo Spengler Sweet bay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) is an American native. It is generally a healthy tree. However, sometimes it is hit by disease. If you need information about sweetbay magnolia diseases and magnolia disease symptoms, or tips for treating a sick sweetbay magnolia in general, read on. Diseases of Sweetbay Magnolia Sweetbay magnolia is a graceful southern tree, evergreen in many regions, that is a popular ornamental tree for gardens. A wide columnar tree, it grows to a height of 40 to 60 (12-18 m.) feet tall. These are lovely garden trees, and the silver undersides of the leaves glimmer in the wind. The ivory flowers, scented with citrus, stay on the tree all summer. Generally, sweetbay magnolias are strong, vital trees. However, you should be aware of the diseases of sweetbay maglolia that might infect your trees. Treating a sick sweetbay magnolia depends on what type of

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