Magnolia Ann is a very beautiful mid spring blooming magnolia that is less likely to suffer frost damage in spring. It is best grown in moist, organically rich, acidic, well-drained loam in full sun to part shade in a location protected from high winds (minimize potential damage to leaves). It is also recommended to avoid southern exposures close to houses where the buds may be induced to open too early in spring. It is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub or small tree that grows to 8-10 feet tall and as wide. Chalice-shaped flowers 7-9 inches long are slightly fragrant. Flowers may occasionally bloom in mid summer with the leaves turning yellow in the fall. USDA zones 4 – 8
Magnolia, ‘Magnolia Ann’
This is a mid spring blooming, moderate-growing Magnolia with beautiful flowers. Plant with protection from harsh winds and enjoy this gorgeous tree! It is a beautiful beckoning welcome to spring
This is one of our favorite magnolias. It is a hard-to-find semi-evergreen retaining more than 50% of its leaves through the winter, and develops many flowering buds blooming June through August. It is a faster growing variety of Sweetbay Magnolia, and produces the same beautiful lemon scented flowers. This wonderful tree can be used as an all-season privacy tree to help block an undesirable view. This is the tree that everyone wants to see out their window full of lush green leaves...in summer and mid-winter. It is highly recommended!
Sweetbay Magnolia trees produce fragrant white flowers and brilliant red seed pods at the end of summer. This gorgeous tree is very fragrant and a must-have for well designed landscapes! It blooms from May through July with beautiful white flowers that are so fragrant and just a constant reminder about the true beauty of nature. It is also a wildlife tree an attracts birds feeding on its red seeds in August and September. These are large trees and a great value of beauty for the price.
This sought-after great specimen quality tree won the prestigious 'Award of Merit' from the Royal Horticulture Society and features large pink blooms. These mature specimens are 8' - 10' tall now, and can be pruned to size if desired.
The Persian Ironwood is a hard-to-find and sought-after specimen tree with beautiful characteristics for all four seasons. Provides wonderful year around interest!
A very fragrant and heavily pink flowering tree that grows like a vine
A great native specimen producing white spring flowers and awesome fall colors for its multi-season display. These grow to 15' - 20' and are taller than wide. We grow single trunk specimens, but do have some multi-trunk as well. The Amelanchier looks great as a solo tree, or as part of a multi-specimen design. These are a truly nice tree/ shrub and are fascination to see up close throughout the seasons. Autumn Brilliance puts on one of the best fall color displays of all of the serviceberry trees. It is a beautiful native flowering tree, and the birds love the berries. It is a hard-to-find tree, and is also valuable as a wildlife tree because it attracts songbirds. It has become one of our favorites.
The swamp white oak has greater tolerance to wet areas and displays really beautiful multi-color leaves in the fall that are unique and inspiring. This is a beautiful tree to be seen and is native to USDA zones 3 - 9.
The Magnolia Galaxy flowers in late spring with gorgeous deep pink & purple flowers. Sure to catch everyone's attention! Because of their rarity and limited supply, we limit one Magnolia Galaxy specimen per order, please.