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Japanese Magnolia Trees

Japanese Magnolia trees are perhaps, the earliest and most spectacular, flowering trees, some years blooming even unpredictably in December during an 'Indian Summer' warm up. This early appearance of flowering may be prevented or delayed by continuous cold temperature environments.

Ann Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

Jane Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

Leonard Messel Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 5-10

Royal Star Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 7-9

Saucer Pink Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

Southern Select Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

Umbrella Japanese Magnolia Tree

USDA Zones 5-9

White Magnolia x 'Jon Jon'

USDA Zones 5-9

  • Japanese Magnolia Tree Etc.
    Fragrant Japanese Magnolia trees are extremely cold hardy and bloom in a multitude of colors that vary from white, red, purple, pink,and yellow. Order your flower trees now from Ty Ty Nursery.
  • Saucer Pink Japanese Flowering Magnolia
    Flowering Japanese Magnolia Trees belong to an ancient genus that has existed longer than bees and so depends on beetles for pollination. The Japanese Magnolia actually originated in China, not Japan, but the first trees imported to North America were grown in Japan. Improved Hybrid Japanese Magnolia Trees bloom longer today than ever before.
  • Flowering Magnolia Tree Video, Etc.
    Flowering Japanese magnolia trees and shrubs are among the most cold hardy of the flowering tree tribe. The spectacularly colored flowers are deliciously sweetly scented, perfectly suited for planted beneath a bedroom window. As a dreary winter, gray, morning hovers in February, the swollen Japanese flower buds take on a pale pink hue, and the petals unfold as the afternoon warming sun rays deflect the pleasing fragrance.