Saucer magnolia The saucer magnolia is an easy-to-grow deciduous tree with large, fragrant, teacup blooms and attractive gray bark. The white, pink or purple flowers appear early to late spring, depending on cultivar. Plant in full sun to partial shade in well-drained, fertile soil. Growth rate is medium; mature height, 20 to 30 feet. USDA Hardiness Zones: 4 to 9
Canterbury Bells Cup & Saucer Mix. Hardy biennial. Canterbury Bells bloom the first spring after planting. Height: 2-3'. Lovely spires of bell-shaped flowers in white, pink, & blue. Hardy & reliable. Blooms late spring to early summer. Filtered shade to full sun. May be started outdoors about two weeks before last frost date. Or start indoors six to eight weeks before last frost up to mi-summer. Keep young plants evenly moist. Hardy to zone 3.
M. ‘ Vulcan’ x M. ‘ Iolanthe’ Mark Jury 1998 Flowers with dark wine red, goblet shaped tepals of a heavy substance on a smaller growing tree. Flowers are colored inside and out and do not transmit any light making them appear darker. They are up to 1
Ann #Magnolia is a deciduous #shrub with lovely, fragrant spring & summer #flowers. These would make an elegant informal hedge or plant one as a single specimen plant in your yard. Your Ann Magnolia is especially prized for its late blooms that helps it avoid frost damage, and ensures a fragrant display each spring. Gardeners adore its huge, fuchsia, goblet-shaped blossoms! The lightly scented reddish-purple flowers emerge from beautiful, tapered buds as the season begins