Fast growing ornamental grass with benefits! Oh, the beautiful magnolia! Of all the flowering trees, this is one of the most loved. The flowers are gorgeous, the leaves are lovely and they add instant romance wherever they are planted. They are as synonymous with the South as gardenias, camellias and grits. Unfortunately, they traditionally don’t abide cold winters very well so they aren’t widely used above zone 6. We know. It’s sad.But hopefully this will make you happy!Moonglow Sweet Bay Magnolia has all of the magnolia charm you want in a winter-lovin’ package! It will grow and flower all the way to zone 4! You read that right – zone 4!This beautiful deciduous tree will bloom with its gorgeous, fragrant, creamy-white flowers from spring into summer. You can cut the flowers to float in a bowl of water on the table or use the leaves in floral displays, just like a big ol’ southern magnolia. (It even flowers from a young age, for all of you impatient gardeners.)This is such a great landscape tree, too. It is perfectly sized so it fits into any border or foundation planting (15’ tall and 7’ wide). Try it lining a walk or a driveway, too. If you’ve always wanted a magnolia tree, but lived too far north to enjoy one, order your Moonglow Sweet Bay Magnolia from us today! And to all you Southerners – Moonglow loves living in the south too, so add it to your garden this year! * Easy care* Gorgeous scented flowers * Perfectly sized for modern gardens – 15’ tall, 7’ wide * Cut flowers * Borders and beds.
Spectacular Fast Growing Tree with Unique Spring FlowersThe Saucer Magnolia is a beautiful ornamental tree that would serve as a lovely specimen plant for your front or side yard. The Magnolia prefers a bit of protection, so placement beside your house or outbuilding would be good choice. The most endearing feature of this tree is its early spring cup-like blossoms that are white with a purple blush. The unique 6-10 inch blooms lend the tree an enchanting appearance as the flowers appear like delicate goblets placed among the leafless branches. The sweet fragrance will soon draw nectar and pollen-gathering insects to your yard. Hummingbirds will particularly love to sip from the blossomed cups as the Magnolia’s serves up its spring bounty. As summer advances, vibrant 6 inch long, medium green leaves will fill out your Magnolia. It can reach a height of 30 feet with an spread of 20 feet. Without pruning, this tree takes on a multi-stemmed branching habit that lends it a lovely rounded form, with a symmetry that will compliment any location in your yard. In the fall, your Magnolia’s leaves will turn an earthy yellow-brown, to accent the more common brighter fall colors. The Saucer Magnolia is a beautiful ornamental tree for your yard with unique spring flowers you’ll enjoy for years to come.* Unique spring display* Fall color* Sweet fragrance .
Ornamental Tree with Spectacular Spring FlowersThe Star Magnolia is a deciduous tree with a spectacular spring display. One would look beautiful near a patio or entrance, and they are also eye-catching in naturalized areas.Your Star Magnolia will be one of the first trees to bloom in the spring, and what a bloom it is!In early spring, your Magnolia will burst into pristine, white color with pale pink highlights. The fragrant, 4-inch flowers have multiple petals. Each petal is elongated in appearance presenting an overall exotic, somewhat fluffy-looking affect. The star-like blossoms cover the branches before the foliage has even had time to erupt, contributing to the spectacular display.Star Magnolia trees have a spreading nature with the crown displaying a pleasant, rounded appearance. The narrow, oblong leaves are dark green and fill your tree out nicely for a dense, dynamic appearance. Those same leaves will turn a yellow hue in autumn for some winter definition. The fall also brings red seeds that are a banquet for your wildlife.Your Star Magnolia is one of the smallest Magnolia trees available, so even if you don’t have much space, it will feel right at home in your landscape. It doesn’t require any special care and is resistant to the Magnolia Scale that is often a problem with other varieties of Magnolia trees.If you’re looking for a tree that is sure to provide beauty and elegance for many years, the Star Magnolia an outstanding choice for your home.*Spring Flowers*Fall Color*Wildlife Appeal.
Magnolia – Rustica Rubra, Magnolia x soulangiana ‘Rustica Rubra’, produces giant dark red buds in the spring (that arise before the foliage) and then bursts into huge, goblet-shaped blooms of bright pink that lighten to nearly white near the petal tips!An unbelievable sight in the spring garden, these blooms remain for several weeks and then the large, leathery foliage fills in around them.The flowers are followed by large 6-inch bright red fruits, very showy and irresistible to birds. In autumn, the dark green leaves turn a rich shade of bronze-gold.Plant Rustica Rubra in a protected area without direct southern sun and where there is little foot traffic. Shallow roots do not like compacted soil. It is best to mulch and keep roots cool and moist. Choose plant location carefully, as many grow large, and most varieties do not like to be moved.Truly a specimen that will create a focal point in your sunny landscape, Rustica Rubra reaches 10 to 25 feet tall and 10 to 15 feet wide. It is very tolerant of various soil and climates and prefers part shade to full sun.*Stunning focal point*Rich fall color* Huge blooms .
A big beauty for a big yard!D.D. Blanchard Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora DD Blanchard ) is one of the most magnificent yard trees available on the market today. Make sure that when you buy it, you give it pride of place and room to grow! Even though there are several cultivars of magnolia out there, this is the cream of the crop for size. The D.D. Blanchard magnolia growth rate is fast. The tree will quickly reach a full 50’ high and 35’ wide, so pick your spot wisely! This strong evergreen has the classic magnolia leaf shape– glossy green on top, fuzzy brown on the bottom – except that the leaves are as big as your face. A branch or two in a big vase makes you look like a professional designer…and that’s without using any of the flowers! A single D.D. Blanchard Southern Magnolia flower can perfume a whole room. They are big flowers with a big scent to match. Theses creamy white, vase-shaped beauties are as big as a cereal bowl. Nothing about D.D. Blanchard is little, especially the oohs and aahs you’ll get from your neighbors when you plant this wonderful magnolia in your yard this year! * Magnificent evergreen* Cold hardy* Fast grower to 50’ tall* Huge scented flowers* Branches are great for floral arrangements.
Makes your wishes come true! A magnolia tree with full-sized flowers in a dreamy color with an even dreamier scent that is small enough to fit into the smallest garden space? You wish!Well, your wish is our command! Genie Magnolia (Magnolia x ‘Genie’ PP# 20,748) makes that wish come true. Only reaching 10 feet tall and 5 feet wide, this little magnolia tree will astound you with its huge flower power and ability to fit into almost any landscape. Genie’s petite size makes it a natural for the front yard, but try it in a border or as a foundation tree, too. It can even thrive in a large container by the patio.You want to plant it where you can see – and smell! – the gorgeous flowers that Genie is covered with in the spring. The luscious maroon color is deeper than most magnolias and looks great in the landscape. Try cutting a few and bringing them inside for effortless and unforgettable centerpieces. Expect a big flush in spring and then again in mid-summer, a welcome treat when other trees have stopped flowering.Genie Magnolia tree has all of the romance and great form of bigger magnolias and is just as weather tough. You’ll love having this beauty in your garden.Don’t let this Genie get away from you. Buy Genie Magnolia from us today!* Petit tree perfect for any garden space * Gorgeous scented maroon blooms * Easy care * Full sun or dappled shade * Great in container.
Big Magnolia Blooms in a Little Magnolia PackageMagnolias are fantastic additions to your garden. When planted in a spot they like, they are very hardy and not fussy at all. The Susan Magnolia (Magnolia x ‘Susan’) is a sweet little magnolia that will provide years and years of pleasure. This little gem was developed in the late 50’s at the National Arboretum. She is one of the eight “Little Girl” magnolias introduced at the time. They don’t become large trees, like in the pictures you see of antebellum plantations. Instead they stay as lovely shrubs.‘Susan’ has sweetly scented flowers that are a soft purple-pink on the bottom and white inside the ‘cup’. The petals are slightly twisted which gives the whole shrub a sense of dynamic movement. In late spring the flowers smother the stems before the leaves emerge. Susan blooms later than other spring flowering shrubs, which helps it avoid frost damage to the flower buds. The flowers make great cuts for bouquets, too.A slow growing, bushy shrub, it reaches about 8 to 12 feet tall and wide at the most.Susan isn’t fussy about soil and does fine in semi-shade or full sun. She’ll make a beautiful statement in your foundation or border planting.* Unique, softly twisting petals * Bushy shrub * Drought and heat tolerant .
The Magnolia, Cucumber tree, Magnolia acuminata, is a little known tree that has considerable landscape merit!It has a very regular, pyramidal form with a strong central leader as a young tree, and then becomes rounded with age. Unlike most magnolias, the flowers are not showy. The 2″ to 3″ perfect, slightly fragrant greenish-yellow flowers bloom high upon the tree in May to early June; emerge after the tree is in leaf. They are not very noticeable because they blend into the foliage and may not be produced until the tree is fairly old.The fruit looks somewhat like a small, bumpy cucumber and turns pinkish red in late summer. Songbirds, squirrels and mice eat the seeds. With a medium to fast growth rate, Cucumber Magnolia is an exceptional tree for large properties and prefers moist, deep, acid soil and full sun.A medium to fast growing tree, the cucumber tree is native primarily within the Appalachian belt. Not recommended for street trees, but the Cucumber trees are excellent shade trees for parks and gardens!* Pyramidal shape* Medium to fast grow rate* Excellent shade tree.
Fantastic Evergreen FoliageGreen Giant Magnolia, Magnolia grandiflora ‘Green Giant’, is an evergreen tree with superior ornamental features. Plant one for a magnificent specimen tree, or use several a lush, evergreen screen. Magnolia trees are among the most primitive of flowering plants and perhaps best known for their spectacular flowers…but Green Giant Magnolia has many other fabulous features as well. Its leathery leaves reach a size of up to 8-inches and possess a gorgeous glossy sheen. Foliage is oval in appearance with a decorative, golden hue to the new growth that eventually transitions to dark green (with a green underside hue). From late spring into early summer, huge flowers burst into bloom, each up to 10-inches across! You’ll adore the cup-shaped blossoms with their waxy, creamy white perfection, and equally heavenly fragrance. Fruit appears in fall in the form of brown cones that soon open to reveal scarlet berries, yet another decorative accent to this already exquisite shrub. The fruit provides needed food for your birds and the lush foliage wildlife shelter for winter. Green Giant Magnolia will grow up to 60 feet tall with a 30 foot spread. It’s moderate to fast-growing, with a coarse-textured, pyramidal habit. It’s quite hardy, able to withstand drought, urban and seaside conditions. Even deer and rabbits tend to leave it alone! Magnolias are always sought-after trees, gorgeous in any setting…and Green Giant Magnolia is no exception. While it’s not prolific in its production of flowers, its fantastic foliage, impressive stature and hardy nature make it a must-have for your yard this year. * Evergreen * Gorgeous flowers * Fragrant * Fast growing * Heat, humidity and drought tolerant * Urban tolerant * Seashore adaptive.
Fragrant Tree with Inspiring Display Spring through SummerPeople treasure their Magnolias for their magnificent strength, fantastically fragrant blossoms and their incomparable beauty. This tree will provide a pleasing background for shrubs in your yard, particularly needle evergreens.With its polished evergreen foliage and inescapable perfume, this is one of the most breathtaking native trees for Southern landscapes. It will readily adapt to most soils, moisture fluctuations and light conditions, though it prefers moist, well-drained, acidic soil and plenty of sun.The Southern Magnolia Tree will provide you with excellent performance without a lot of fuss. It will readily adapt to most soils, and is tolerant of moisture fluctuations and even a variety of light conditions. Pest problems are virtually non-existent with this tree, so you won’t have to worry about costly products or spending your time on application.It should be planted where lowest branches can grow to the ground because it is difficult to grow anything underneath.* Flowering Tree* Fragrant Flowers* Evergreen.
The Glory of the Magnolia for Smaller SpacesThe Magnolia is prized for its abundant, long- lasting blooms, fragrance and showy color. Plant them as a hedge along your house or as a single accent at the edge of a patio planting bed. The Magnolia is an ancient genus with many different varieties. With the “Jane” you can have all the glory of a Magnolia without the need for extensive space or care. Imagine this Magnolia planted in front of your home. 8-9 inch tulip-shaped flowers of purple with white centers appear in late spring amid the bare branches. 6 inch leathery, dark-green leaves prepare the Jane for summer. You may think at this point that your Magnolia is done blooming…but wait. Throughout the summer your Jane will surprise you with more purple “tulips” here and there throughout the season. The Jane Magnolia is a hardy plant. You won’t have to fuss over it in order to enjoy its performance. Its late-spring bloom further helps it avoid the frost issues that you have to contend with in growing your other spring-flowering plants. The Jane has a compact, shrub-like appearance, reaching heights of 10-15 feet with a 10 foot spread. You can prune it to fit a smaller space in your flower bed if you like, or allow it to reach its full potential size in a hedge. The leaves turn a lovely copper-yellow in the fall. Magnolia Jane is one of the “little girl” hybrids developed in the 1950s. It’s not only valued by plant enthusiasts, but also by crafters and some health practitioners. The flowers, cones and seeds are often used in craft projects, and even the leaves are used in wreathes. Magnolia extract is thought by some to have many healing benefits, including being used as a stress-reducer. Absorb the summer-long beauty of this carefree plant and you’ll soon understand why it’s such a sought-after landscape accent. * Beautiful summer-long flowers* Magnolia tree benefits in a smaller space* Hardy.
Full-sized magnolia flowers on a sweet little magnolia tree!If you love the gorgeous blooms and heavenly scent of pink magnolia flowers, but don’t have the room to grow a large magnolia tree in your yard or garden then you will be thrilled to meet Betty.Betty Magnolia (Magnolia x ‘Betty’) was developed at the National Arboretum in the 1950’s to be a demure little tree. Only growing 15 feet tall and 12 feet wide, Betty still packs a punch with full-sized 8” flowers that cover the tree in the spring before the leaves bud out. Betty is filled with blooms that are lavender-pink on the outside and clear white on the inside. Since it was bred to not only be smaller than other magnolias, but to bloom later than them too, Betty is less apt to suffer frost damage in spring (a great boon to northern gardeners who long to have this southern beauty bloom for them). Be patient with Betty, though. It takes 2 to 3 years to flower, but is so worth the wait!When the blooms subside, the foliage will begin to emerge with a coppery hue and then transition to a deep forest green. ‘Betty’ Magnolia tolerates almost any soil, but is best grown in moist, organically rich, acidic, well-drained loam in full sun to part shade. Plant it in a location protected from high winds and avoid southern exposures close to houses – the buds may be tricked by the heat and light to open too early in spring. This magnolia is a low maintenance shrub that can be used for a mixed shrub border, city courtyard garden, cottage informal garden, or as a specimen or accent plant. We know that you will love Betty in your garden and have plenty of healthy plants ready to go today, so don’t wait to order a few from us right now! * White and purple cup-shaped flowers * Heavenly scent * Easy care * Perfect for smaller gardens * Tolerant of urban pollution.
Ornamental Tree or Shrub with Fragrant Spring FlowersRoyal Star Magnolia is an ornamental, deciduous tree with magnificent spring flowers. One would look outstanding as a specimen tree in your yard, or plant several as a hedge to wow your neighbors every spring.Your Royal Star Magnolia is a popular tree for its attractive form and vibrant, oblong leaves, but mostly prized for its spring display. Named for its star-shaped flowers, your Royal Star Magnolia will burst forth every spring with 4-inch double flowers that are sure to be the envy of your neighborhood. Fragrant and pristine white, these masterpieces of nature with their delicate yellow centers will virtually cover your Royal Star in an almost overwhelming display of color.The Royal Star Magnolia can be considered a tree or shrub, and is amenable to any pruning you choose to provide. This particular cultivar has larger flowers than other Magnolias so it is particularly prized. Frost damage to the flowers is often a concern with Magnolias, but the slightly later bloom of this cultivar makes this a better choice for those with late frost concerns as well. It is clear to see why the Royal Star Magnolia is such a popular Magnolia cultivar. Larger and later blooms, in addition to all the other stellar qualities of a Magnolia, make this a must-have for any landscape.*Outstanding spring flowers*Lovely foliage*Pest and Disease Resistant *Fragrant.
Ornamental Shrub with Spectacular Spring FlowersThe Magnolia Butterflies is a tree or multi-stemmed ornamental shrub. It would do well as a focal point anywhere in your yard, or intersperse several amid other non-flowering bushes for added seasonal interest. Your Butterfly Magnolia is one of the most desirable. Its spring display must be seen to be believed.Imagine stepping outside on a fine spring day and seeing what appears to be a multitude of giant yellow butterflies sitting among the bare branches of your Magnolia! The 3-5 inch canary yellow double blooms are aptly named, creating quite a show for your spring yard. The sweet scent is an added bonus to this spectacular display, luring bees and real butterflies in to partake of its sweet sustenance. Your Magnolia will grow up to 30 feet in height and 20 feet wide. You can chose to grow it as a single tree or let it spread into a multi-stemmed shrub. It’s adaptable to pollution as well as being cold and heat tolerant. You’ll love the upright pyramidal form and oval canopy that creates a lovely silhouette for your landscape even when not in bloom. The Magnolia Butterflies is a superior shrub with exceptional spring flowers. Plant one today to begin enjoying its spectacular floral display. * Outstanding spring flowers * Ease of care.
Late-Blooming Floral BrillianceAnn Magnolia is a deciduous shrub with lovely, fragrant spring & summer flowers. These would make an elegant informal hedge or plant one as a single specimen plant in your yard.Your Ann Magnolia is especially prized for its late blooms that helps it avoid frost damage, and ensures a fragrant display each spring.Gardeners adore its huge, fuchsia, goblet-shaped blossoms! The lightly scented reddish-purple flowers emerge from beautiful, tapered buds as the season begins. 7-9 inch chalice-shaped flowers seem to blanket the tree in late spring in deep, purple/red splendor. Just when you think it has completed it show for summer, it may still surprise you with a repeat bloom in mid-summer.The Ann Magnolia tree is a member of the ‘Little Girl’ series of Magnolias, and a popular choice of both novice and expert gardeners. It will grow up to 10 feet tall with an equal spread and has no significant disease or insect problems. It’s a vigorous and hardy shrub that won’t require a lot of your time in return for the brilliant displays it produces. Its mounded habit and leathery green foliage are an added bonus that maintains an attractive sight for your landscape even when the Ann Magnolia is not in bloom. You can leave your Ann Magnolia to grow naturally beautiful, or prune it annually to maintain the desired size and shape. This magnolia is low maintenance, perfect for the smaller yard or garden, and will fit practically any landscape. * Magnificent flowers * Late blooming * Low maintenancePick your color….