Bigleaf Magnolia

Magnolia macrophylla

$34.99

Out Of Stock
Key Features
Height

30-40'

Container Size

1 Gallon

Bloom Time

May

Bloom Color

White

Soil Moisture

Medium

Soil Type

Moist, rich, well-drained loams.

Hardiness Zone

5, 6, 7, 8

Light Requirements

Part shade, Part Sun, Full sun

  • Description

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    Bigleaf Magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla) is a medium sized deciduous understory tree that grows naturally in rich, mesic woods. It is rarely found in the wild, and populations are small and isolated. It is listed as threatened in North Carolina and endangered in Arkansas and Ohio.

    Bigleaf Magnolia is aptly named: it has the largest simple leaf and single flower of any native plant in North America. The leaf is 10-23 inches long and 4-35 inches across, while the flower is 8-14 inches in diameter. The fragrant flowers are a creamy-white with rose-purple at the petal bases, and they attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Spherical, cone-like fruits mature to red in late summer, providing food for birds and small mammals. When cultivated, Bigleaf Magnolia is more likely to succeed in sites that closely mimic its natural habitat and where it is protected from strong wind that can tatter its large foliage.

     

  • Shipping Information

    We ship from two locations:

    • Maryland – Our nursery in Maryland is perfectly located to serve the Eastern United States within a 2-3 day shipping window. You will receive the most reasonable shipping rates from our Maryland location if you live east of Ohio.

    • Illinois – Our nursery in Illinois is perfectly located to serve the Midwestern United states within a 2-3 day shipping window. You will receive the most reasonable shipping rates from our Illinois location if you live west of West Virginia.

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