Width: 10’-wide Exposure: Full sun Growing Conditions: Well-drained soils Comments:
Flowers purple/red on outside, white inside on a 12 ft. tall rounded shrub with copper-colored new foliage in spring. A vigorous plant producing very large flowers (up to 8" across) of red-purple in mid- to late April; foliage of 4–7" long by 2–5" wide leaves; expect mature plants in the size range of 12–15' H × 8–10' W; one of The “Little Girl” Magnolias. Very, very Beautiful!!
I assume mid-April to late-May bloom through June, if fertilized my older-ones bloomed twice- April-June (first), Second in October-December.
A rounded magnolia, more a shrub than tree (although, I am training mine into small trees).
Bloom-time: N/A-Blooms twice-start blooming in Mid-April -maybe though the end of June or so….- Large cup shaped profusely covered flowers, red/purple outside white inside!! pinker (only because of age!!) then white, but exactly as the older ones, stunning!
Above #7 (7-gallon), I can only ship up to 102" (8' 6")