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Magnolia Tree (Evergreen)

Evergreen Southern Magnolia trees grow as far North as Connecticut and are covered with huge, white, fragrant flowers in the late spring. This choice flowering tree is resistant to snow and ice in Northern planting sites, and the flowering continues into the fall with intermittent blooms, after the climax of flowers has been reached in June and July.

Magnolia grandiflora 'Little Gem' Magnolia 'Little Gem'

USDA Zones 7-10

Magnolia 'Southern Magnolia'

USDA Zones 5-10

Magnolia virginiana (Sweetbay Magnolia) Magnolia 'Sweetbay'

USDA Zones 6-10

  • Magnolia Tree Video, Etc.
    Order the fastest growing shade trees now before its too late. The Evergreen Magnolia tree forms a tapestry of dinner-plate sized white blossoms that begin flowering in Late May continuing uninterrupted until the fall.
  • Evergreen Magnolia Trees
    The flowers of the D.D. Blanchard Magnolia Tree are numerous, large and fragrant. The contrasting orange, leaf underside sparkles on a windy day in rhythm to the waxy, glowing, leaf upper surface.
  • Claudia Wannamaker Evergreen Magnolia Tree
    Buy a Claudia Wannamaker Magnolia tree for an improved hybrid tree that flowers prolifically over a long period of time and grows faster than many other cultivars of Magnolia. The sweetly perfumed Magnolia flowers catch the slightest breeze wafting a distinctive humid fragrance toward unsuspecting flower worshipers to imprint memories forward.