magnolia 'ann'

Ann Magnolia

The deep pink and purple-red blossoms of the Ann Magnolia are a staple of the spring palette.

$600

  • Tolerates: Air Pollution, Clay Soil
  • Sun: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Bloom Season: April–May
  • Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
  • Maintenance: Medium
  • Spread (Min): 12
  • Height (Min): 10
  • Height (Max): 12

About

Spring has not arrived until the Ann Magnolia tree is in bloom! Its deep pink, purple-red blooms produce delightful bursts of vibrant color against a green landscape. These beautiful shrubs are easily maintained and a staple to celebrate spring.

The Ann Magnolia naturally develops into a small, multi-stem, rounded tree. Its maturation height is most commonly around 10 feet high and the same wide. Its most defined feature – tulip-like blooms – are between 7 to 9 inches long and stem from the skinny, twisty branches.

  • Produces deep pink, purple-red blooms in a shape that resembles tulips
  • Later bloom which protects from spring frost
  • Beautiful pink and white blooms
  • Large upright blossoms
  • Grows in a rounded shape

Appearance: The White Oak is a deciduous tree that goes through many beautiful changes throughout the year. Starting in spring, the new buds are covered in a soft silvery white down. These young and unfurled leaves are reddish in color. Soon after, the young leaves turn to a bright yellow-green shiny hue and then catkins appear with both male and female on the same tree.

Planting Location: The Ann Magnolia will grow to its full potential in either a sunny or partially shaded spot and prefers rich organic soil. It also appreciates shelter from any intense, drying winds.

Hardiness: Once matured, the Ann Magnolia is moderately drought resistant. But as a developing tree, the soil should be kept moist but not totally saturated.

Pruning: The Ann Magnolia grows naturally into a rounded shape. It does not need any pruning to do so

Additional Care: In the magnolias first season, water once or twice a week.

The Ann Magnolia naturally develops into a small, multi-stem, rounded tree. Its maturation height is most commonly around 10 feet high and the same wide. Its most defined feature – tulip-like blooms – are between 7 to 9 inches long and stem from the skinny, twisty branches.

  • Plant Hardiness Zones: 4 – 8
  • Mature Width: 8 – 12
  • Mature Height: 8 – 15
  • Soil Conditions: Well-Drained Soil
  • Sunlight: Full Sun to Partial Shade
  • Drought Tolerance: Moderate Drought Tolerance