989 views

Hi,

We have an area in the yard that is wet in the spring or if we get an abnormally large amount of rain.  It dries out the rest of the time.  Should we consider this a wet area when planting?  We’d like to put some type of flowering tree there.

Thanks,

Bruce

Peter Bowden Answered question June 18, 2020

If there is standing water for a day or longer. or so after a heavy rain, I’d consider it a wet area.  Magnolias can handle a wet area though and there is even a yellow variety called “butterflies” in addition to the Saucer, Star and others.

Peter Bowden Edited answer June 18, 2020
You are viewing 1 out of 1 answers, click here to view all answers.

Get a quote

If you want to get a free consultation without any obligations, fill in the form below and we'll get in touch with you.