USDA HARDINESS ZONES: 5-9
BLOOM DATE: Flowers in the spring and in the summer. It does have a later bloom than most magnolias, which protects it from frost damage.
SPACING: Plant 15 to 20 feet apart in an area that has full sun.
CHARACTERISTICS: The Ann Magnolia tree is a deciduous shrub with lovely, fragrant spring & summer flowers. Can be used to make a great a hedge or can be planted alone. The Ann Magnolia is prized for its late blooms that helps it avoid frost damage, and ensures a fragrant display each spring. It produces beautiful, lightly scented reddish-purple flowers that emerge from beautiful, tapered buds as the season begins. Grows to a mature height of 10 feet.