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White Champaca (Michelia alba)

White Champaca (Michelia alba)

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6" Pot Size
Grafted Plant
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White Champaca (Michelia alba)
Prized throughout the tropics for its highly fragrant white flowers, this member of the magnolia family does surprisingly well as a potted specimen. It flowers at an early age often 2'-3' in height and blooms almost continuously throughout the year. Its size and form are easy to maintain and even when pruned it still flowers reliably. The flowers only last 1-2 days but the plant blooms continuously with the aromatic sweet fragrance filling the air. Grow in full sun and keep warm for the greatest number of flowers. It can tolerate cool nights and partial sun as well.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Full Sun, Partial Sun
Grows to 4-8'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
Plant Type Fragrant
  1. Heavenly Scent! Review by Ze
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    I have searched almost two decades to find the origins of the scented plant that gave me so much happiness in my youth. Thank you Logee's for making a dream come true. This White Champaca is simply magnificent, when the sun strikes the leaf and flower of this plant it emits the most succulent scent in the plant kingdom. The foliage of this particular species is perfect for the indoors as it brings the tropics of Asia into your own home. I have purchased two of these great plants and since it is grafted, the buds form much sooner than one grown on its own rootstock. I cannot wait to see how these plants progress in the future! (Posted on 1/27/2015)