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‘Ann’

Magnolia - Saucer

Magnolia x

'Ann'

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Close up of pink Ann Magnolia bloom
  • Fragrant
  • Very large blooms
  • Deer resistant
Description
The deep purple-red blooms of 'Ann' magnolia appear later than other cultivars, making them less likely to suffer frost damage. Big, lily-like flowers often repeat during the summer. Compact habit is good for residential landscapes.
USDA Zone
4 - 8 (-30°F/-34°C)
Exposure
Full sun, Part sun
Height
10 - 12'
Width
10 - 12'
Finish Time
1.5 seasons
Type
Deciduous
Bloom Time
Early spring
Flower Color
Pink
Foliage Color
Green
Liner Sizes
2 1/4", 4"

Soil

Moist, rich, acidic soils with good drainage are required.

Pruning

Blooms on old wood. Selective pruning only is recommended; do so after flowering.

Uses

Specimen plant; mixed borders.

Growing Tips

Although its later bloom time helps mitigate the risk of frost damage, it is still recommended to site this soulangeana hybrid in a protected spot for best and longest-lasting blooms.