Magnolia Tripetala - appearance of flowering plants , included in the genus Magnolia family of Magnolia class
Deciduous tree 10-12 m high, with a trunk 30-45 cm in diameter, with a tent-like, sometimes multi-peaked crown . Shoots are green at first, then turn brown, sometimes with a waxy, bluish bloom; the bark of old branches and trunk is light gray, smooth, with numerous, small, bubble-like beads. Buds glabrous, brownish-green, fusiform, 4-5 cm long, 0.6-1.2 cm in diameter. Leaves collected at the ends of the shoots, leathery, oblong-obovate, 20-60 cm long, 20-25 cm wide, at the top pointed, with a wedge-shaped base, at first softly silky pubescent, then glabrous above, greenish-gray below, rarely pubescent. Petioles are 1.5-3.5 cm long. The flowers are creamy white, unpleasantly smelling, 15-25 cm in diameter, cupped; perianth of 9-12 lobes; outer 3 lobes narrowly obovate, bent downwards, light green, 10-12 cm long, 3-3.5 cm wide, inner - creamy white, 9-13 cm long and 1.5-4 cm wide, the smallest located in the center. Fruits are cylindrical or ovoid, about 7-10 cm long, bright pink when fully ripe. Blossoming in April - May. Fruiting in August - September.