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Plants Matching magnolia grandiflora

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Southern Magnolia)

Southern magnolia is a beautiful, large broadleaf evergreen tree native to the Southeast United States. The huge, waxy, fragrant white flowers debut in early to late spring (depending on climate) and continue sporadically into fall. The glossy, leathery, dark green leaves - often with contrasting gray or brown undersides - are big and bold. Large cone-like fruits with fleshy red seeds are ornamental in fall. This magnolia drops its oldest leaves in mid-spring, just before new stem and foliage growth...

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Ray Bracken Nursery

(Bracken's Brown Beauty Magnolia, Southern Magnolia)

Southern magnolia is a beautiful, large broadleaf evergreen tree native to the Southeast United States. The huge, waxy, fragrant white flowers debut in late spring and continue sporadically into fall. 'Bracken's Brown Beauty' has big, bold, glossy and leathery, dark green leaves with brown undersides which makes them appear bicolor. Large cone-like fruits with fleshy red seeds are ornamental in fall.

Southern magnolia likes sun or light shade and moist, well drained soil. It may need protection...

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James H. Schutte

(Southern Magnolia)

Southern magnolia is a beautiful, large broadleaf evergreen tree native to the southeastern United States. The large, leathery leaves of the cultivar 'D. D. Blanchard' are deep glossy green with showy copper-brown undersides. The huge, waxy, fragrant white flowers debut in late spring and continue sporadically into fall. Large cone-like fruits with fleshy red seeds are ornamental in late fall. The habit is compact and pyramidal.

Southern magnolia likes sun or light shade and moist, well drained...

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Russell Stafford

(Southern Magnolia)

This classic southern tree was a chance selection discovered in the New Jersey garden of its namesake, Edith Bogue. It is a remarkably cold hardy southern magnolia that will tolerate temperatures as far north as zone 6. This glorious broadleaf evergreen has an upright habit and develops a dense almost pyramidal crown.

The thick, leathery leaves of southern magnolia are beautiful and distinctive. They are large, oval and glossy dark green with fuzzy, tawny brown undersides. Its huge flowers...

(Southern Magnolia)

This classic southern tree was discovered by Bruce Hammons in a group of seedlings grown at Westervelt Tree Company in Selma, Alabama. It is a fast-growing southern magnolia with a coarse textured, pyramidal crown and branching. Its large, glossy, green backed leaves lack the fuzzy brown pubescence typical of most southern magnolias leaves. ‘Green Giant’ also produces few flowers, so its habit and leaves take center stage.

The thick, leathery leaves of southern magnolia are beautiful and...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Southern Magnolia)

Southern magnolia is a beautiful, large broadleaf evergreen tree native to the southeastern United States. The cultivar 'Little Gem' features a compact, narrowly rounded habit and relatively small flowers and leaves. The waxy, fragrant white flowers debut in late spring and continue sporadically into fall. The leaves are leathery green with rust-brown undersides. Cone-like fruits with fleshy red seeds are ornamental in fall.

'Little Gem' likes sun or light shade and moist, well drained soil....

(Southern Magnolia)

This vigorous, fast growing southern magnolia is exceptionally tolerant of high winds and has larger flowers than average. It is a glorious broadleaf evergreen with an upright habit and broad, dense pyramidal crown.

The thick, leathery leaves of southern magnolia are beautiful and distinctive. They are large, oval and glossy dark green with fuzzy, tawny brown undersides. Their huge flowers appear in late spring. The waxy blooms are lemon-scented, creamy white and sometimes bloom sporadically...