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Magnolia 'Ann'

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The Magnolia (liliiflora 'Nigra' x stellata 'Rosea') 'Ann' - Ann Magnolia is a hybrid member of the "Little Girl" group. Features dark green leathery leaves and can be trained into either a beautiful shrub or a lush small tree. Produces a bountiful amount of flowers that are deep purple-red, fragrant and resemble a tulip flower. It is a late bloomer that begin mid- to late March to reduce frost damage, with some blossoms reappearing in the summer. This low maintenance shrub can brighten up any landscape with its lush foliage and repeat blooms from late spring throughout summer.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Pink/ Purple flowers, slightly fragrant

    This Magnolia 'Ann' comes in a 1 Gallon pot or a 3.5" cup - 3pack

    Size: Mature size can reach 8'- 10' x radius of 10'

    Light: Full sun

    Hardiness zone: 4 - 7

    Native to North America

    Characteristics: Grows in a rounded shape and can be either a shrub or small tree. Displays dark green leathery foliage and purple-red tulip- like blooms.

    Growth Rate: Medium

    Soil, Water, Fertilize: Moist, silty loam, acidic, rich, sandy, well draining pH 6.0-7.0. Tolerant to drought and salt.

    Best to plant:
    - When dormant in late fall or winter for warmer climates.
    - Early Spring in colder climates.

    Mulch ground and water regularly for the first year of planting.

    Highly adaptable to different soil types as long as it is well-draining.

    Provide shelter from harsh winds and late frosts to avoid bud damage.

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    Hardiness zone for this plant: 4 - 7

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    Regular price$52.95

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    Magnolia 'Ann'

    World renowned for their breathtaking beauty, showy flowers and fragrance unlike no other, Magnolias come in all shapes, colors and sizes to fit your dream garden scape. With some varieties being cold hardy or heat tolerant to even deciduous or evergreen, there is sure to be a Magnolia just right for you.

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