The Magnolia is a flowering trees that can be both evergreen or deciduous where ever it is growing. Native to East Asia and the Americas, the Magnolia is an ancient specie spanning many habitats. Known primarily for their enormous spring blooms that can be Pink, Blush, or White. Most common variety planted in the US is the Saucer Magnolia which opens pink flowers in early spring and can reach 35' in height.
USDA Zone: Zone 4
Mature Height: 30-35'
Sun: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Scientific Name: Magnolia grandiflora "Saucer"