Although the Southern Magnolia - is more prevalent in the South – and is the state tree of Mississippi and Louisiana – its zone 6 planting range means it can grow in many northern areas, even as far north as parts of Maine, Michigan, and Washington.
As an ornamental tree, it is beloved for its year-round foliage and delightful, large, late-spring flowers. It produces creamy white flowers, sometimes up to 12” in diameter, with a rich fragrance. Blooms May through June, with some blossoms throughout the summer months.
This southern magnolia comes established in a 1 gallon trade pot
Size: Mature size can reach up tp 80'ft in height and 40'ft in width
Light: Prefers full sun to partial shade
Hardiness Zone: 6 - 10 View Map
Native to North America
Characteristics: Is an evergreen that keeps most but not ALL its leaves year round. Used as a flowering and ornamental tree. Growth is slow to moderate
Soil, Water: Moist but well-drained soil while establishing themselves, however are very drought tolerant when established.
*Plants cannot be shipped to Alaska or Hawaii.
*Plants ship dormant in winter months.
*Images shown of mature plants.