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Magnolia Genie
Magnolia Genie
NEW and thought to be one of the best reds. Stunning dark purple burgundy red flowers at the end of April and sometimes again in late summer. Compact narrow growth on a conical plant. Expected height 3m x 1.5m in 10 years. Mature height 4-5m Recommended for smaller gardens and striking flowers! Easy to grow. Ideal position: Most garden situations, with some shelter from cold winds. Habit:...
£34.95
Magnolia George Henry Kern
Magnolia George Henry Kern
Deep pink in bud, opening to rose pink on the outside, and pale pink on the inside of thick textured long lasting tepals. Long lasting flowers on a compact plant, ideal for small gardens. Height 2-3 metres in 10 years. Prefers sun and acid soil. The flowers are composed of 8-10 strap shaped, thick textured tepals giving a flower of excellent quality. They flowering over a long period, starting on...
£29.95

Magnolia Gold Star  AGM
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Magnolia Gold Star AGM
Creamy yellow stellata type flowers opening to 10cm wide. A lovely deciduous plant that has very hardy frost tolerant star like flowers during March-April. A small to medium sized tree of upright habit which is quick growing when young and has lovely bronze red new foliage, opening pale green. Height 200-400cm in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils, but will tolerate neutral soils with good organic...
£34.95
Magnolia Golden Gift
Magnolia Golden Gift
(H5) Deep yellow flowers which are borne in abundance. Later flowering avoids most frosts, and last well in spring. Best grown as multi stemmed shrub ideal for small gardens. Height 2.5 metres in 10 years. Best in rich well drained soils. Perfect for that 'Golden couple'!
£29.95

Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris'
Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris'
(H5) NEW! This variety of M. grandiflora is a huge improvement on all the old cultivars, flowering from a young age on a smaller plant ideal for smaller gardens. Also displays greater winter hardiness. Free flowering spicy-lemon scented white flowers from May, through summer. Dark glossy leaves with foxy indumentum. Upright habit either free standing as a single stem or bush, or trained against...
£19.95
Magnolia Honey Liz
Magnolia Honey Liz
NEW. Lovely large floppy deep yellow flowers in April which soon hang over the fully expanded leaves. A vigorous tall growing tree with large bullate dark green leaves, reaching 4 metres in 10 years. This plant was hybridized by Magnolia experts August Kehr in Carolina, USA, and raised by Philippe de Spoelberch in Belgium.
£29.95

Magnolia Honey Tulip
Magnolia Honey Tulip
Quality honey coloured thick textured goblet shaped flowers with a slightly darker base. A highly rated new variety. Long lasting flowers, April-May. A superb tough new plant from the Jurys in New Zealand. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95
Magnolia Iolanthe
Magnolia Iolanthe
Large cup shaped flowers, pink on the outside, creamy white on the inside, scented, and flowering in April from a young age. A vigorous small upright tree from Jury, New Zealand. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95

Magnolia Jane
Magnolia Jane
Beautiful, very fragrant flowers, red-purple on the outside white on the inside. April and Early May flowering. A strong vigorous deciduous plant with an upright habit. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Raised by Francis de Vos and William Kosar at the US National Arboretum in Washington in the mid 1960's, this is one of eight hybrids that they raised named after secretaries who worked at the arboretum...
£29.95
Magnolia Joli Pompom
Magnolia Joli Pompom
New and rare! The clearest and most exquisite white of all magnolias, with a glorious centre of soft rose pink stamens and pale green anthers. Another excellent magnolia bred by Philippe de Spoelbergh. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95

Magnolia Leda
Magnolia Leda
NEW! Stunning pure white large cup and saucer flowers up to 20cm. Hardy, with an upright habit flowering early in March-April. Needs shelter from cold winds. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Needs moist acid/neutral soil First sold as cylindrica. Named after Swan Leda, Belgium. bred by Phillipe de Spoelberch in 1997, (M. cylindrica x M. campbellii var. alba)
£34.95
Magnolia liliiflora 'Nigra'  AGM
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Magnolia liliiflora 'Nigra' AGM
Dark purple buds open to dark red purple flowers, paler inside, in late April to May. A slow growing, multi stemmed shrub. Height 150-175cm in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils, but will tolerate neutral soils with good organic content.
£19.95

Magnolia Lu Shan
Magnolia Lu Shan
Pretty flowers of purest white, held upright on the branches in April. Plant has neat upright habit too. M. denudata x M. cylindrica. Named for Lu Shan Botanic Garden, China. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95
Magnolia Mag's Pirouette  AGM
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Magnolia Mag's Pirouette AGM
NEW. White flowers with the outer tepals shorter than the inner ones, so there's an abundance of small flowers of good substance with a delightful citrus scent, flowering in April. A plant of compact habit, reaching around 3 metres in height. Best in moist acid soils, but will tolerate neutral soils with good organic content. Also known as Magnolia x loebneri Pirouette.
£34.95

Magnolia March till frost
Magnolia March till frost
NEW! Attractive vivid purple buds open to pink flowers from March until September. The flowers are pale pink at first getting darker throughout the season. Nice glossy foliage. Candle-like seed pods held vertically on the plant. Grows into a tall upright branched tree. Height 5m x 5m. A must-have for any garden! Recommended for continuous flowers throughout the season! Easy to grow. Ideal...
£34.95
Magnolia Marwood Spring
Magnolia Marwood Spring
Deep red-pink flowers cup shape flowers with petals which open to reveal a creamy colour on the inside. April flowering. A Magnolia sprengeri hybrid growing into a medium sized tree with upright habit. Raised at Dr Jimmy Smart's Marwood Hill garden in Devon. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils. Please note this variety is grafted onto M. kobus which helps to produce a...
£34.95

Magnolia Norman Gould
Magnolia Norman Gould
Pure white cup shaped flowers with 8-9 tepals, with hint of pink at base in late March and April. Forms a vigorous multi-stemmed tree with prolific flowering from a young age. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. It tolerates neutral and alkaline soils, but grows best in moisture retentive soils with a good humus content. A polyploid selection of Magnolia kobus raised at RHS Wisley using colchinine treatment...
£29.95
Magnolia Peachy
Magnolia Peachy
NEW! Fragrant orange-pink flowers, creamy yellow on the inside. Fast growing, upright then spreading habit. Flowers in April-May. Medium size tree, 2-4 metres in 10 years, then growing up to 10m. Hardy but does need shelter from cold winds. Parentage is M. acuminata 'Fertile Myrtle' x M. sprengeri 'Diva'. An American hybrid raised by Phil Savage, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
£34.95

Magnolia Pegasus AGM
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Magnolia Pegasus AGM
Pure white candle like flowers with delicate rays of pink-purple at the base. Flowering in April with 6 large upright tepals and 3 smaller outer tepals, with good frost tolerance. Cylindrical red fruiting cones in the autumn. A fast growing upright tree, possibly a hybrid between M. cylindrica and M. denudata, growing 2-4 metres high in 10 years, and then 15m at maturity. Please note this variety...
£34.95
Magnolia Phelan Bright
Magnolia Phelan Bright
Huge striking shapely white scented flowers, cup and saucer shaped, and late flowering in April. Stunning Gresham hybrid from California with an upright habit, best in dappled sun. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils. As described by magnolia expert "Big wow. In my top 5 whites. See planted on Battleston Hill, Wisley".
£34.95

Magnolia Shirazz
Magnolia Shirazz
Spectacular large rich burgundy red tulip shaped flowers that open out flat revealing a paler centre. April flowering. Bred in New Zealand, and considered one of the best reds. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils.
£34.95
Magnolia sieboldii
Magnolia sieboldii
(H6) Pure white nodding fragrant flowers are egg shaped in bud, turning outwards as the petals expand. Long lasting from May to August. Spectacular red fruits in autumn. Height 175-200cm in 10 years, turning into a broad spreading tree. Best in moist acid soils, but will tolerate neutral soils with good organic content.
£19.95

Magnolia Star Wars  AGM
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Magnolia Star Wars AGM
The immense flowers (up to 27cm long) are bright rosy-pink flushed white and have a satin texture. The long lasting flowers give a good display for almost a month, and are produced freely on bare branches from mid-March to early May. It is a strong growing pyramid shaped deciduous plant, growing up to 5 metres in height with a 3-4 metre spread once mature. Magnolia liliiflora has been hybridized with...
£34.95
Magnolia stellata
Magnolia stellata
A lovely plant with pure white, large, star-shaped scented flowers in March and April. A native of Japan where it is found in mountain woodland, it is a slow growing small tree or large shrub which rarely exceeds 3m in height. Best in acid or neutral soil, in sun or part shade. Protect from late spring frosts when young, as these can kill every bud, and hence the plant.
£19.95

Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'  AGM
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Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star' AGM
A selected clone of pure white large, star-shaped scented flowers in March and April. A native of Japan where it is found in mountain woodland, it is a slow growing small deciduous tree or large shrub which rarely exceeds 3m in height. Best in acid or neutral soil, in sun or part shade. Protect from late spring frosts when young. Known as the Star Magnolia, this plant is a seedling of Magnolia stellata...
£29.95
Magnolia Susan  AGM
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Magnolia Susan AGM
The flowers are deep red-purple in bud, opening purple pink. Sweetly scented, and free flowering in late April. Compact growing, with a height and spread of 3 metres at maturity. Raised by Francis de Vos and William Kosar at the US National Arboretum in Washington in the mid 1960's, this is one of eight hybrids that they raised named after secretaries who worked at the arboretum or after wives and...
£19.95

Magnolia Susan Van Veen
Magnolia Susan Van Veen
NEW! Pure pink goblet shaped flowers on a compact plant with a conical habit flowering in April/May. Interesting large silver furry buds in winter. Hardy but needs shelter from cold winds. Height 2-4m in 10 years. Thought to be a hybrid between M. sargentiana and M. sprengeri 'Diva'. A hybrid from Switzerland.
£34.95
Magnolia Sweetheart
Magnolia Sweetheart
NEW! Flowers are deep pink on the outside, paler on the inside. Fragrant, early season flowering, March-April. Narrow upright habit, perfect for small gardens. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years. Best in sun, acid soils. An improved seedling of Caerhays Belle which has been developed in NZ by Peter Cave.
£34.95

Magnolia Tiketare
Magnolia Tiketare
A good late flowering pink variety, with a slowly spreading habit. A fine new variety from New Zealand. Pink cup shaped flowers with darker stripes on the outside, and pure white on the inside. April-May flowering. Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95
Magnolia Vulcan
Magnolia Vulcan
Large deep port wine and red, cup and saucer shaped flowers fading deep pink in May. Colour improves with age. Scented. Upright growing plant, that grows into a small tree in time Height 2-4 metres in 10 years.
£34.95

Magnolia Wildcat
Magnolia Wildcat
A particularly floriferous soft pink opening to pure white star shaped flowers with 52 tepals about 10cm across. Long lasting flowers in March-April. Forms a large bushy plant, which is surprisingly tolerant of wind. Height 2-3 metres in 10 years. Best in sunny positions and grown in moist soils. This x loebneri hybrid was raised by Larry Langford in Tenessee, USA
£34.95
Magnolia x loebneri 'Donna'  AGM
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Magnolia x loebneri 'Donna' AGM
A recently introduced late flowering plant with huge 15 to 20cm wide flat-shaped white fragrant flowers in April. An extremely beautiful and hardy loebneri hybrid. Densely branched deciduous upright habit growing 3.0m in 10 years. It will perform best in full sun. Magnolia kobus was hybridised with M.stellata by Max Loebner prior to 1914 to produce the Magnolia x loebneri cultivar. Diverse habits...
£29.95

Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel'  AGM
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Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel' AGM
Lovely lilac buds open to beautiful star-like flowers with a pink flush. This is a very free flowering plant in April that makes a magnificent shrub or small tree. The flowers emerge before the foliage. An extremely popular shrub for the smaller garden that will perform best in full sun, and will tolerate any reasonable soil except waterlogged. Magnolia kobus was hybridised with M.stellata by Max...
£29.95
Magnolia x loebneri 'Merrill'  AGM
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Magnolia x loebneri 'Merrill' AGM
Gorgeous white scented flowers (up to 15cm wide) in late March and early April. This deciduous plant forms a large, spreading shrub or small to medium tree. It will perform best in full sun and in any reasonable soil except waterlogged. Magnolia kobus was hybridised with M.stellata by Max Loebner prior to 1914 to produce the Magnolia x loebneri cultivar. Diverse habits resulted and this is a great...
£19.95

Magnolia x soulangeana
Magnolia x soulangeana
Large tulip shaped white flowers with a rose-purple stain at the base. April and early May flowering, before the leaves appear. One of the best and most popular Magnolias for general planting, and will tolerate neutral clay soils and atmospheric pollution, but no good on shallow chalk soils. Usually forms a large shrub with wide spreading branches. Originally raised by M. Soulange-Bodin, who...
£19.95
Magnolia x soulangeana 'Brozzoni'  AGM
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Magnolia x soulangeana 'Brozzoni' AGM
Beautiful white flowers, with a hint of pink. Candle shaped to start with, opening to large cup and saucer shaped flowers (up to 14cm) at the end of April. Late flowering and amongst the best of all Magnolias. Height 200cm in 10 years. Magnolia x soulangeana is the best known of all the Magnolias typically with large 'cup and saucer' type blooms. It was first introduced by Etienne Soulange-Bodin, a...
£34.95

Magnolia Yellow Bird
Magnolia Yellow Bird
Bright canary yellow flowers appear with the foliage in late April, hopefully after the worst of any spring frosts. A fast growing upright tree raised at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Height 4 metres in 10 years. (M. acuminata x M. x brooklynensis 'Eva Maria')
£34.95
Pieris Flaming Silver  AGM
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Pieris Flaming Silver AGM
(H5) Nodding panicles of white 'lily of the valley' flowers March to May. Pretty, small variegated plant with bright red new leaves, turning deep green with silvery white edges. Height 75-100cm in 10 years. This compact shrub looks wonderful in a shady shrub border with well-drained, acid soil or in a container in a patio or courtyard garden.
£11.95

R. grandia KR9431 (subsection Grandia)
R. grandia KR9431 (subsection Grandia)
(GRANDIA H3-4) Unknown big leaf species from the Grandia subsection. Large leaves with indumentum. Will make a tree or large shrub. This plant is grown from seed collected by Keith Rushforth and is yet to flower. Colour is yet unknown but we think it is worthwhile for it's foliage alone. (Photo shows another grandia also collected by Keith Rushforth)
£26.95
Rhododendron (yak) Anuschka INKARHO
Rhododendron (yak) Anuschka INKARHO
Now available on the Inkarho rootstock! Striking bright red buds open to gorgeous rosey pink flowers in late May. A lovely very hardy yakushimanum hybrid that has attractive dark green foliage. Height 75-100cm in 10 years. Plant with plenty of good ericaceous compost to aid establishment. Recommended for: Tough and reliable variety. Easy to grow. Ideal position: Most garden situations. Habit:...
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Rhododendron (yak) Fantastica  AGM INKARHO
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Rhododendron (yak) Fantastica AGM INKARHO
Now available on the Inkarho rootstock! Stunning red flowers with a paler centre fading to an attractive pink in May. We think this is one of Hachmann's best hybrids and very striking. It has dark foliage which really sets off the flowers nicely. Height 100-120cm in 10 years.Plant with plenty of good ericaceous compost to aid establishment. Ideal for containers and small gardens. Easy to grow. Group:...
£295.00
Rhododendron (yak) Lupinenberg Laguna INKARHORhododendron (yak) Lupinenberg Laguna INKARHO
Rhododendron (yak) Lupinenberg Laguna INKARHO
(H6) NEW and now available on the Inkarho rootstock! Purple buds open to deep mauve flowers with green yellow speckling, in late May. An excellent neat and compact growing yak hybrid with the deepest mauve flowers. Bred in Northern Germany, and very hardy to -20°C. Height 75-100cm in 10 years. Also known as Bohlken's Lupinenberg Laguna. Lupinenberg translates to 'Lupin Mountain'. Developed at...
£26.95

Rhododendron (yak) Polaris AGM INKARHORhododendron (yak) Polaris AGM INKARHO
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Rhododendron (yak) Polaris AGM INKARHO
Now available on the Inkarho rootstock! This tough little plant has red buds opening to ruby pink, ruffled flowers with a paler centre in May. It has good foliage and is wind, sun and cold tolerant. Height 80-120cm in 10 years. Also known as Hachmann's Polaris. Plant with plenty of good ericaceous compost to aid establishment. Ideal for containers and small gardens. A tough variety that is easy...
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Rhododendron (yak) Schneekrone AGM INKARHO
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Rhododendron (yak) Schneekrone AGM INKARHO
Now available on the Inkarho rootstock! Beautiful white flowers tinged soft pink and spotted ruby red, in a ball shaped truss. Flowering in May we think this is one of the best white yaks (compact Rhododendrons) for cold climates. Height 80-100cm in 10 years. The English translation is Snow Crown, and it certainly has a majestic flower! Plant with plenty of good ericaceous compost to aid establishment. Recommended...
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Rhododendron (yak) Sonatine INKARHO
Rhododendron (yak) Sonatine INKARHO
Red in bud, opening to deep pink flowers, with a slightly creamy and speckled centre. Flowering from mid to late May, this is a tough plant from Hachmann's in Northern Germany. Lovely dark green leaves with a thin silvery grey indumentum on the undersides. Height 100-125cm in 10 years. Plant with plenty of good ericaceous compost to aid establishment. Ideal for containers and small gardens. Easy...
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Rhododendron aberconwayi 'His Lordship'Rhododendron aberconwayi 'His Lordship'
Rhododendron aberconwayi 'His Lordship'
aberconwayi 'His Lordship' is a good selection with white, tinged pink flowers that have lovely large crimson spots. Flowering in May-June it has wonderful distinctive deep green stiff pointed leaves with an upright habit. Height 120cm in 10 years. Named in honour of Lord Aberconway, Bodnant Gardens, North Wales. Recommended for great foliage. Easy to grow. Ideal position: sheltered woodland. Habit:...
£29.95

Rhododendron adenogynum
Rhododendron adenogynum
A rare plant with white to rose pink flowers, sometimes with purple markings, in a loose funnel shape. It is slow growing and takes a few years to start flowering freely. Flowering in April or May this is a very hardy species with attractive mustard coloured indumentum underneat the leaves. Height 40-60cm in 10 years.Typically the Taliensia subsection are prostrate or rounded and have a compact habit....
£23.95
Rhododendron Airy Fairy
Rhododendron Airy Fairy
(H5) A beautiful early flowering plant with pink flowers and reddish spotting on the upper lobe. Late March-early April. Glossy olive green leaves, almost deciduous in winter on a plant of upright habit. Height 100-120cm in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils. The flowers are widely funnel-shaped, with wavy lobes, about 4 cm across, in clusters of 3 or more. A really bright and welcome colour at this...
£17.95
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