Also known as Magnolia heptapeta.
A medium to tall tree producing masses of flowers at a very young age. The goblet shaped flowers are pure white and fragrant.
A neat upright, bushy grower. In spring the plant is covered with masses of small star-like flowers in bright yellow. Probably the deepest yellow available in a magnolia.
A beautiful smaller growing magnolia to approx 3M. The large goblet-shaped flowers are reddish-purple on the outside and white on the inside of the petals.
The goblet shaped flowers are reddish-purple on the outside and mauve on the inside of the petals. Grows to approx 4M x 3M.
The large flowers can reach 20cm across and are a translucent white with a light pink flush. A strong grower, capable of reaching 5M.
A spectacular magnolia producing masses of very large, rosy-red flowers in spring. The fragrant flowers can reach 30cm across. Grows to more than 5M.
Forms a upright plant of approx 4M. The erect flowers are a deep violet-red on the outside, pale within.
A spectacular new release, producing large claret-red flowers in spring. Forms a narrow growing tree to approx 5M tall by 1.5M wide, making it ideal for smaller spaces.
The erect flowers are dark purple-red in bud, opening to a reddish-purple on the outside, light rose-purple within. Usually forms a pyramidal or columnar shaped tree.
The extremely dark purple buds open to deep burgundy, goblet shaped flowers with a lighter colour on the inside. A very compact grower to approx 3M x 2M.
A broad upright tree producing rich burgundy, tulip-shaped flowers in late winter. One of the earliest flowering magnolias. Can reach more than 5M.