2 different Royal Star Magnolia trees in the scene. 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.Royal Star is a superb small tree for many landscape applications. It is a perfect specimen tree to anchor a foundation planting. Place it at least 10 feet(3 meters) from your house, so you can easily access the exterior, even when the tree is mature. Angle it out from the corner to accent your home's architecture or use closer to the picture window to provide a bit of screening. That's especially true if you have a picture window to study the early spring flower show from inside your snug and warm home. Use 3 or 5 trees in a berm or lawn planting. Plant them in a loose zig-zag and vary the spacing - from 10 - 25 feet apart - to create a wonderful, natural woodland look. Polygons (Total number of 2 trees): 1,397,601 Verts (Total number of 2 trees): 1,626,085 Royal Star Magnolia1: 3 m Royal Star Magnolia2: 2/75 m In the archive: 3ds max (V-ray-2014), FBX and ... * Features: - Optimized for Distant and Closeup Views - Clean Topology - Unwrapped Overlapping - Real-World Scale - Transformed into zero - Objects Named - Materials Named - Units: Centimeters Have a good one!