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Magnolia virginiana var. australis Henry Hicks (Sweetbay Magnolia) - Native to southern New England, this fully evergreen variety is cold hardy through most of the region. Similar to Southern Magnolias but with less showy flowers, smaller leaves and grows to about 20-30ft. Needs some shelter in interior areas but tolerates all soil types and is a vigorous grower.

Magnolia virginiana var. australis Henry Hicks (Sweetbay Magnolia) - Native to southern New England, this fully evergreen variety is cold hardy through most of the region. Similar to Southern Magnolias but with less showy flowers, smaller leaves and grows to about 20-30ft. Needs some shelter in interior areas but tolerates all soil types and is a vigorous grower.

Magnolia grandiflora 'Edith Bogue' - Edith Bogue Magnolia, this evergreen magnolia produces fragrant white flowers the size of a dinner plate throughout the summer.  USDA Hardiness Zones 6-9

Magnolia grandiflora 'Edith Bogue' - Edith Bogue Magnolia, this evergreen magnolia produces fragrant white flowers the size of a dinner plate throughout the summer. USDA Hardiness Zones 6-9

Michelia doltsopa. A magnolia like flower appearing in late winter and spring. It is an evergreen tree growing to 5m in height. Originates from Western China and Eastern Himalayas.

Michelia doltsopa. A magnolia like flower appearing in late winter and spring. It is an evergreen tree growing to 5m in height. Originates from Western China and Eastern Himalayas.

Southern Magnolia: As iconically Southern as sweet tea and bluegrass bands, this native broadleaf evergreen tree is a landscape staple across the region.

Southern Magnolia: As iconically Southern as sweet tea and bluegrass bands, this native broadleaf evergreen tree is a landscape staple across the region.

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