IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Magnoliaceae -- Magnolia family

    Lino Delia-Bianca

    Fraser magnolia (Magnolia fraseri), also called mountain  magnolia, earleaf cucumbertree, umbrellatree, or mountain-oread,  is a fast-growing small tree scattered in the hardwood forests of  the lower Appalachian slopes. It grows best on rich, moist,  well-drained soils. The very large showy white flowers and large  coarse foliage make this an attractive ornamental; otherwise it  has little commercial value. The lumber is mixed with associated  hardwoods for sawtimber and pulpwood, and the fruit is eaten by  wildlife (9,16).


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Lino Delia-Bianca

Source: Silvics of North America

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