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Alluring blooms in late spring to early summer are composed of four petal-like ivory bracts surrounding a center cluster of small yellow-green true flowers. Summer brings rosy colored berry-like fruits that linger into fall; they are very enjoyable to birds. Cornus kousa 'Little Poncho' is a small selection of the Kousa Dogwood, reaching only 8-10' tall.
Profuse white blooms in late spring to early summer mature to fruits that begin yellow then turn a distinctive pumpkin-yellow. Clean, light green foliage turns yellow-orange in fall. Something different for fruit color in a Kousa Dogwood, not the typical red. Matures to a small tree approximately approximately 20–25' tall and 15–20' wide.
Pure white, large, bowl-shaped 6-7" flowers that emerge prior to the spring foliage. Upright to spreading, medium sized habit. Hybrid of M. cylindrica x M. 'Sawada's Pink'. Very fragrant. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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Unusual color blend! Spring blooms have a creamy ivory base with prominent red-lavender flaring and streaking with some green tints. Parentage of Magnolia 'Arctic Star' is thought to be M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Toro'. Strong and hardy. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Gorgeous flowers highlight this easily grown hardy hybrid x soulangiana Magnolia from the late renowned American plantsman Professor Joe McDaniel. Extremely fragrant, large 5-6" cupped shaped, strong textured white flowers are further enhanced by a subtle interior pink base. Flowers are freely produced from mid to late spring. Magnolia 'Barrington Belle' has an upright habit that becomes more spreading with age. Grown on own roots.
Glowing magenta blooms have lightest pink interiors. Upright, rounded habit. Reaches to approximately 25' tall by 15' wide after 15 years. A Dennis Ledvina or Phil Savage selection made available with permission of the curator of the National Arboretum in San Francisco. Magnolia 'Blazing Beauty' is thought to be of hybrid origin and labeled as M. liliflora x M. 'Diva'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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Fragrant and showy light yellow blooms. In cool weather the color will intensify, warm days bring lighter blooms. A consistently heavy bloomer each year. In northern areas it will begin flowering in mid to late April and will continue well into May. Flower buds withstand very cold temperatures very well. Parentage of Magnolia 'Canary Charm' is M. acuminata x M. White Rose.
Beautiful Star Magnolia whose flowers resemble Chrysanthemums. They consist of 40+ slender tepals which lighten from a rich pink to white, and emerge prior to mid-green foliage, which turns an attractive yellow-brown in fall. Heavily blooming at young age. Magnolia stellata 'Chrysanthemiflora' forms a neat, rounded specimen, ideal for smaller landscapes. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
Very fragrant pink, purple and white goblet-shaped blooms. Floriferous, with flowers comprised of 6 tepals creating a generous display in mid-spring of blooms that resemble small hot air balloons perched along the branches. Very cold hardy. Magnolia 'Cosmic Gem' is a complex hybrid cross of M. liliflora x M. acuminata x M. 'Norman Gould' x M. 'White Rose'. Will grow to be a 20' tall by 10' wide at approximately 25 years of age. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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Uniquely and alluringly twisted tepals. Abundant bloomer. Hardy, attractive, and unusual. Rounded habit. Magnolia Crazy LadyTM is an open pollinated seedling from Magnolia stellata 'Jane Platt'. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
A crescendo of huge, deep pink flowers forms in spring, starting from tiny flower buds that unfurl, open, then fully expand for a fabulous show. Inner sides of tepals are glistening white. Magnolia 'Crescendo' is a seedling of 'Yellow Lantern'; 'Big Dude' is believed to be the pollen parent. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Fragrant lily-like blooms are white with a touch of rose-pink at the base; they open in spring before the leaves emerge. The flowers, comprised of 9 tepals and up to 3" in size, are followed by cylindrical fruits up to 4" long that mature in fall to a bright pink-red as they split open to reveal red seeds. Magnolia cylindrica has dark green foliage that emerges with bronze tints in spring; it turns yellow in fall. Smooth gray bark. Vase-shape habit becomes rounded with age.

This Magnolia species is native to southeastern China; it is sometimes called Huangshan Magnolia because its original territory includes the area around Mt. Haungshan. Matures to 20-30' tall and 10-16' wide.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Palest pink blooms can have more than 40 tepals showing good, thick substance. Magnolia 'Dawn' also has fall interest with leaves changing to yellow and orange tones. Graceful appearance. Grown on own roots.
Stylish, elegant ivory blossoms with inner hints of soft pink. Very appealing classic, fragrant flowers with 24 tepals. Parent plant bloomed very well at 5-6' with about 50 flowers. Parentage of Magnolia 'Elegant Spring' is M. 'Leonard Messel' x M. 'White Rose'. Grown on own roots.
One of the truly outstanding hybrid Magnolias of all times; raised at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. A strong growing, globe shaped, extremely hardy small tree which, in mid spring before the leaves emerge, is clothed in strongly fragrant, creamy yellow flowers, each sporting a central cluster of red stamens. M. acuminata x M. denudata. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Rosy purple blooms with ivory interiors on nicely compact, upright growing plants. Magnolia 'First Love' is similar to Magnolia liliflora, but with greater hardiness. Maturing to approximately 12-15' tall and 8-10' wide with a pyramidal habit. Parentage is M. liliflora x M. 'Woodsman'.
Flowering at an early age, this extremely hardy grower displays its light yellow blossoms just as the new leaves unfurl in early to mid spring. Magnolia x 'Goldfinch' has a tall, upright, pyramidal to oval habit. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Large flowers of soft and deeper pink shades over a cream base in spring. Magnolia 'Gorgeous' has unusual parentage of M. acuminata 'Fertile Myrtle' x M. sargentiana 'Robusta'. Upright habit, matures to approximately 16-22' tall. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 
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Reddish-purple flowers with white interiors. Large, cup-shapped blooms reach up to 8" in diameter. Blooms shortly before the foliage begins to appear. Foliage turns yellow to bronze-copper tones in fall. A slow-growing small tree with a shrub-like habit that typically matures to 10-15' tall and 8-12' wide. In the 'Little Girl' Magnolia series; these Magnolia flower about 2-4 weeks later than M. stellata and M. x soulangiana, thus reducing the risk of damage to flowers from late spring frosts. Magnolia 'Jane' is a cross between M. liliiflora 'Nigra' and M. stellata 'Rosea'. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
Abundant pink and ivory starbursts! Magnolia Jazzy JaneTM blooms in early spring with a very plentiful show of unusual starfish-like blossoms of bright rose pink. The 14 to 18 tepals have an inner color of light pink to ivory. Oval habit. Blooms at a young age. An alluring Magnolia whose seed parent was Magnolia 'Jane Platt'. Excellent hardiness through zone 4 and the warmer half of zone 3 (3b). Grown on own roots.
Beautiful cream blooms are tinted with spring green and suffused with pink shades that deepen at the base. Light lavender streaks provide an additional accent. Among the many highly rated Magnolias we grow, Magnolia Jean LouiseTM is especially outstanding. Roy named this lovely tree in honor of his mother-in-law. Upright habit. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Very fragrant, vivid lavender pink blooms with contrasting white interior. Comprised of 6 tepals, the flowers resemble a star when fully open. Consistent and generous displays of spring blooms. Emergent foliage is tinted burgundy; it matures to green in early summer. Dense, compact growth habit. Parentage of Magnolia Magnolia 'Lavender Star' is M. liliflora 'O'Neill' x M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Gorgeous'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Delightful light lemon yellow flowers cover this tree over a 4-5 week period in mid to late spring. Magnolia x 'Lois' is an outstanding variety from the famed Brooklyn Botanic Garden breeding program. Strong, upright growing with a rounded habit. Fragrant. Blooms a little later than its sister plant, Magnolia 'Elizabeth'; 'Lois' comes into bloom just as 'Elizabeth' is finishing. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Beautiful 5" tulip-shaped flowers are a rich red-purple outside with a pure white interior; they open over a four week period in early spring. Slightly scented. Magnolia x 'Marillyn' is extremely hardy, with a rounded shrub form. Parentage is M. lilliflora 'Nigra' x M. kobus. We grow our Magnolia on their own roots.
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A stunning combination of pure white tepals surround the prominent rose pink stamens on this semi-double, fragrant sieboldii Magnolia. Michiko-renge is the Japanese name for this lovely blossom form. Blooms quite a bit later than most Magnolia, in early summer, well past the danger of normal frosts. Broad vase-shaped habit. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Numerous, cheerful, colorful blooms of rich purple with ivory interiors. About 150 nice blossoms on the parent tree when it was 7' tall, each with 6 to 8 tepals. Slightly fragrant. Magnolia 'Purple Star Power' has good bloom coverage from the top of the plant, down the sides, and almost to the ground. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Large, vivid rose pink spring blooms have an interior of solid medium pink. Blooms are comprised of nine broad tepals for excellent presence in the garden. Long bloomer, for up to six weeks; quite floriferous; blooms later in the Magnolia season. The later bloom period helps reduce the risk of damage to flowers from spring frosts. The parentage of Magnolia 'Rose Marie' is M. 'Pink Surprise x M. 'Daybreak'. Hybridized by Wisconsin plantsman Dennis Ledvina. Grown on own roots. Matures to approximately 12-18' tall and 8-10'wide. The lovely blooms remind us of waterlilies.
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Sweetly fragrant blooms are rich lavender pink with a soft pink inner color. Flowers have 6-8 broad tepals. Semi-glossy foliage with rugose texture. Upright rounded habit. Parentage of Magnolia x 'Roseanne' is M. 'O'Neill' x M. 'Norman Gold'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Blooms at a young age with light lavender-pink, cup shaped, slightly fragrant flowers. Magnolia x 'Simple Pleasures' is a mid-season bloomer and is extremely flower bud hardy. From Wisconsin plantsman Dennis Ledvina. Rounded habit. Grown on own roots.
Enticing lemon fragrance on luminous blossoms of soft green, ivory, cream with touches of light lavender pink streaking. Healthy and hardy with strong, upright growth creating an oval form. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Light lavender-pink buds with deeper lavender-red stripes and veining. Fragrant blossoms cover the entire tree. Unique, attractive, and happy selection will bring you spring cheer! Grown on own roots.
Classy and gracefully elegant, ivory blossoms with soft pink undersides and inner rose flares. Parent tree bloomed well at 5-6' tall. Slightly scented with 28 tepals. Upright, well branched plants. Parentage is M. 'Leonard Messel' x M. 'White Rose'. Grown on own roots.
Superb, goblet-shaped white blooms with distinctive red flares. Magnolia 'Sunrise' is a hardy grower with a compact habit. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.

 
 

 
 
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Deep yellow flowers, appearing before the leaves, are about 6-7" in diameter. Flowers late after all danger of frost. This hybrid is extremely upright growing, making it ideally suitable for small gardens and street trees. Highly recommended. Parentage is M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Elizabeth'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Sweetly fragrant, elegant blossoms are a deep, rich red-purple outside; inside they are ivory with a blush of royal purple-red at their base. Bloomed well when the plant was 5-6' tall; a 7' plant had about 60 buds including some nicely placed low on the plant. Flowers have 6 tepals. Parentage is M. 'Holland Red' x M. 'White Rose'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Large and fragrant beautiful blossoms of light cream pink with prominent rose-red streaking. Strong growing larger specimen tree which is very hardy. Half its parentage is M. acuminata. A Phil Savage hybrid. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
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Exceptionally large, 6", fragrant pure white blossoms cover this tree in spring before the leaves emerge. A mature tree in full bloom resembles a glistening white pyramid. Magnolia x kewensis 'Wada's Memory' is an introduction from the University of Washington. It forms a compact, pyramidal tree. Begins to flower at an early age. Leaves emerge a mahogany red before turning green and assume bronze tones in fall. Requires a sunny sheltered site and a moisture retentive soil. Matures to approximately 20-30' tall and 15-20' wide. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
Refined and graceful large ivory-white blossoms with a hint of fresh lime green at the base of the tepals. Upright, narrower plant habit. Parentage of Magnolia 'Wedding Vows'is M. 'Woodsman' x M. 'Big Dude'. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
When these soft pink to white blooms open, they resemble pompom chrysanthemums. Flowers are 4-5" wide and have 52 tepals. A seedling selected by Larry Langford of Gibson, Tennessee, from a batch of seed of Magnolia kobus var. borealis sent by William Seidl of Wisconsin. Magnolia x loebneri 'Wildcat' begins to flower before the leaves emerge, from early to mid spring, over a six-week period.
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An exceptionally hardy Joe McDaniel hybrid producing most unusually colored, beautiful blossoms in late spring after damage from late frosts has passed. Each upright, fragrant flower reveals complementary hues of yellow, green, purple and rose. Oval habit. Can eventually reach up to 20-30' tall and 14-20' wide. A rarely encountered specimen tree. We grow our Magnolias on their own roots.
An extremely prostrate form of the native Sand Cherry named by the Arnold Arboretum for the famed Connecticut horticulturist. Slender foliage has an attractive bluish-white underside and turns a bright red in fall. In early spring, the naked branches are wreathed with multides of tiny white flowers followed in summer by dark red fruits. Uniquely interesting shrubby groundcover. Well drained soil.
Trusses of fragrant, creamy white blooms in early summer on a small tree that typically grows to 20-25' with a rounded crown. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice size to use as a smaller shade tree or as a street tree. Will grow in partial sun, but best blooms occur in full sun.

 
 

 
 

 
 
Interesting cascading form on a small tree. Weeping Chinese Elm has small to medium sized, glossy green leaves that remain on the branches very late into the year. Abundant round, papery seed capsules add additional interest and are not fertile. Stake to develop height. Good resistance to Dutch elm disease. The scion tree has been growing and thriving in Wisconsin in a zone 5 area for 30 years and is about 16' tall and 10' wide. This tree should not be confused with the much inferior Siberian elm, Ulmus pumila, which is often referred to as Chinese elm. Semi-evergreen depending on zone. Bark is mottled and develops textured bumpy areas.
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