Magnolia Champaca Champak Michelia is a medium sized evergreen tree with highly attractive foliage consisting of large green leaves, providing an elegant lush texture, all year round. There is of course more to Magnolia Champaca Champak Michelia, this variety produces large yellow / pale-orange flowers that are sweetly perfumed with quite an alluring fragrance, making this variety a popular choice as a feature tree in larger garden or public spaces.
The beautiful foliage of Magnolia Champaca Champak Michelia ensure this evergreen tree which generally grows to around 3 - 4m in the first 5 years (faster in the sub-tropics, slower in Southern Australia), is suitable for a range of high-end applications such as large tree screening in the landscaping industry, as well as for large designer gardens, often as a specimen tree.
Advantages of Magnolia Champaca Champak Michelia
Beautifully exotic and fragrant flowers
Sweetly perfumed and alluring fragrance
Hardy evergreen feature tree
Versatile flowering plant suitable in both pots and in the garden
Easy to grow and low maintenance
Resistant to most common pests and diseases
3 - 4m height in the first 5 years but can reach 10m at maturity
3 - 4m apart is a suitable planting distance to form a dense screen, otherwise planted as a specimen
Prefers full sun but will grow in part shade during the establishment phases
Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia however should not be grown in frost prone regions
Hardy evergreen tree
Seed Sowing Instructions
Easy to follow seed propagation notes are provided with every seed purchase
Seeds of this variety are best started in ~30mm Jiffy® pellets before planting into the garden
What am I Purchasing?
Premium seeds of Magnolia Champaca Champak Michelia
Received the seeds very promptly . Have not planted it yet
Dilip Rodrigues Chico (VIC)
Very accommodative Store
Received a replacement packet, as the one that was sent earlier was sent to the wrong address due to my own fault. Appreciate the great service. Shall be planting the seeds this weekend
Now the Climbing Fig i can say have never had a problem with what i have purchased .
The seed i have received is sitting in fridge to give a chilly winter rest as they arrived in winter .
Come spring they will come out sit for a short while and have some pre treatment before planting/
With help of nature i then hope with in a few months to have the seedlings starting to sprout ..