Magnolia

This genus of flowering shrubs and trees consists of about 210 species. They are native to a wide range of environments including areas of North America, Central America, Asia, South America and the West Indies.

 

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Magnolia acuminata Cucumbertree
M. anceolata
(M. exoniensis)
Exmouth Magnolia
M. campbeilli moillcomota
M. dawsoniana Dawson Magnolia
M. enudata = M. quinquepeta
M. fraseri Fraser Magnolia
M. grandiflora Southern Magnolia
M. heptapeta
(M. denudata)
Yuinn Magnolia
M. hypoleua
(M. obovata)
whiteleaf Japanese Magnolia
M. kobus Kobus Magnolia
M. lauca = M. virginiana  
M. x loebneri  
M. macrophylla Big Leaf Magnolia
M. nitida Shinyleaf Magnolia
M. quinquepeta Purple Lily Magnolia
M. rostrata  
M. salicifolia Anise Magnolia
M. sieboldii*
(
M. parviflora)
Oyama Magnolia
M. x soulangiana Saucer Magnolia
M. sprengeri Sprenger Magnolia
M. stellata Star Magnolia
M. x  thompsoniana Thompson Magnolia
M. tripetala Umbrella Magnolia
M. x veitchii Veitch Magnolia
M. virginiana Sweet Bay Magnolia
M. x watsoni Watson Magnolia
M. Wilsonii** Wilson Magnolia
*Named for plant explorer, Philip von Siebold
**Named for plant explorer, E.H. Wilson


Approximate bloom dates for several magnolia species:

April Early May Mid-May Late May Early June Mid-June Early July
M. denudata
M.
salicifolia
M. stellata
M. kobus
M. x loebneri
M. proctoriana
M. x soulangiana M. fraseri M. acuminata
M. cordata
M. Ill/flora n/gre
M. tripetala
M. Watsonii
M. virginiana
M. obovata
M.
sieboldii
M. Wilsonii M. macrophylla

 

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