(zone 7) This evergreen Magnolia was selected for use as a screening plant in shade or sun. The plant has rapid growth and is very dense even in shade. The cross made by the late Bill Smith crossed Magnolia figo v skinneriana with Magnolia figo v crassipes. The small pink to ruby flowers are highly fragrant and appear in late spring with occasional blooms through the summer. This plant will be patented.
(zone 7-9) – This semi-evergreen large shrub is an incredible butterfly attractant. Small pinkish-white, fragrant flowers adorn the plant from July to October. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soils. [5’T x 6’W]
Prolific "must have" bloomer,very,very fragrant, upright in form with beautiful green foliage.
Grows to about 3’ tall
Hardy zone 7-11