Ann Magnolia

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Quick Overview

Ann Magnolia is an elegant, easy to grow tree with a compact, shrub-like form and a member of the ‘Little Girl’ series of Magnolias. A beloved choice by both novice and expert gardeners. Ann Magnolia is capable of creating an informal hedge adding or makes a remarkable statement all on its own. Ann Magnolia is prized for being a late bloomer compared to its’ counter parts, avoiding frost damage in the Spring. This tree blooms between April-May offering showy, fragrant bright fuchsia flowers that will be sure to impress.

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Quick Overview

Why it rocks:

Ann Magnolia is an elegant, easy to grow tree with a compact, shrub-like form and a member of the ‘Little Girl’ series of Magnolias. A beloved choice by both novice and expert gardeners. Ann Magnolia is capable of creating an informal hedge adding or makes a remarkable statement all on its own. Ann Magnolia is prized for being a late bloomer compared to its’ counter parts, avoiding frost damage in the Spring. This tree blooms between April-May offering showy, fragrant bright fuchsia flowers that will be sure to impress.

Where to put it:

Ideal placement an informal hedge or as an individual specimen creating a visual accent in the landscape. Ann Magnolia will do well in a location that is protected from strong winds, avoid southern exposure to avoid pre-mature budding in early Spring.

What it needs:

This tree is adaptable to a range of soil conditions. However, it prefers moist, rich, neutral to slightly acidic soil that is well-drained. Ann Magnolia is best pruned immediately after flowering.

Specs

Specs
Botanical Name Magnolia 'Ann'
Hardiness Zone 4-8
Tree Type Ornamental & Flowering
Size Range Compact Tree (6-15 feet)
Mature Height 8-10'
Mature Spread 8-10'
Shape Shrub-like
Foliage Color Medium Green
Fall Color Yellow/Gold
Flower Color Pink, Purple
Decorative Fruit None
Landscape Uses Hedge, Ornamental/Flowering
Growth Rate Moderate
Plant Tolerance Very Adaptable