The Ann Magnolia is a wonderful spring-flowering tree guaranteed to turn heads and win hearts. Its rich purple-pink blooms are much bigger than anything you would expect from a cold-hardy tree, and they smother the bare branches before other flowers are awake.
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Ann Magnolia tree is mostly noted for its compact shrubby habit, slightly fragrant deep reddish purple flowers and early to late spring blooms. The flowering tree is slow-growing, deciduous shrub/small tree. It will typically rise to be over 10-15 feet tall and 8-10 feet wide as a mature tree.
Ann Magnolia is a slow-growing very hardy large shrub or small tree that smothers itself in flowers before leaves emerge in spring. The tulip-shaped flowers perched upright on the ends of every branch have 7 to 9 petals that are purplish-red on the outside and light pinkish-purple.
The Jane Magnolia is the perfect small tree or large shrub to bring color to your garden in spring. Before the leaves are even on the trees, the Jane Magnolia will be covered in upright blooms of a beautiful rich reddish-purple with pale-pink centers.
The dark purple color of the Ann Magnolia tree is distinct with even darker veins that parallel the petal length. The chalice (cupped) and shaped flowers on the &bul; Ann&bul; Japanese Magnolia tree mature into a rounded flower and contain 7-9 petals that reach a blooming peak in late March in zone 8 on trees that grow about 10 feet tall.
Ann Magnolia Small Flowering Tree Our second small growing tree in the Little Girl Magnolia Series, the Ann Magnolia matures in the 8 to 10 foot height and width range. Purple-red flowers begin to open in the mid April to May part of spring. These fragrant flowers sometimes randomly repeat blooming around mid summer. Foliage of the Magnolia Ann turns yellow in fall.
The Ann Magnolia (Magnolia liliflora ‘Nigra’) is best grown in organically rich, neutral to slightly acidic, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Produces impressive deep purple-red blooms with 7–9 petals that resemble tulips. Blooms mid- to late March, with some blossoms reappearing in the summer.
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Ann Magnolia is a deciduous shrub with lovely, fragrant spring & summer flowers. Nature Hills Nursery has multiple sizes, shapes, & colors of plants that will fit your needs. Purchase the Ann Magnolia from the world's best online plant store now!