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Star Magnolia (magnolia stellata): This appears to be star magnolia, a lovely, small, spring flowering tree. Flowers precede foliage and the flower petals form fragrant stars. It grows best in full sun with even moisture. There are many reasons it doesn't have more flowers although it does have quite a few. It could have been pruned at the wrong time, there may be shade, or it needs to be fed. I would recommend starting will an all purpose organic fertilizer.

A star magnolia (Magnolia stellata). Selective focus on the two left flowers.

from Telegraph.co.uk

The best clematis for your garden: in pictures

'Fond memories' Best for Giant flowers The huge flat flowers of 'Fond Memories' are like dinner plates, held out on long stalks; the subtle blend of pink and purple in the petals is lovely against the dark-purple centres. This elegant and classy clematis wasn't particularly vigorous in the trial, but its more elongated and sparse stems might suit being grown through a large shrub, such as Viburnum tinus or Magnolia stellata

"Magnolia is an ancient genus. Appearing on the scene before the bees did, the flowers evolved to encourage pollination by beetles. To avoid damage from pollinating beetles, the carpels of Magnolia flowers are extremely tough." <3

"Magnolia stellata, sometimes called the star magnolia, is a slow-growing shrub or small tree native to Japan. It bears large, showy white or pink flowers in early spring, before its leaves open. This species is closely related to the Kobushi magnolia (Magnolia kobus)"

Star Magnolia (Magnolia stellata). Showy, large white or pink, mildly fragrant flowers open before the leaves in early spring. It can be grown as a large shrub or small tree. Native to Japan.