Michelia champaka/alba in karachi

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Re: Michelia champaka/alba in karachi

Post by M Farooq » November 17th, 2015, 2:59 am

Your Michelia is very beautiful! I agree somewhat, I think Michelia alba is fragrant but it is mild by (our Eastern) standards unlike jasmine or motia. I also noticed that we need the right amount of humidity and heat to make the surrounding air fragrant. I really want to see champaca one day.

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Re: Michelia champaka/alba in karachi

Post by khabbab » December 20th, 2015, 12:57 pm

This is the picture of my grafted magnolia champaca i shot in July 2015. Not a sharp picture but will do.
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Also find the current state of plant on my rooftop as of today. It attracted some pests so had to spray with some insecticide. I am keeping it in its 14 inches pot after all it is a slow growing and shallow rooted plant :)
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