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Genus: M

Magnolia
sweet bay magnolia
Maianthemum
Canada mayflower
Manfreda
false aloe
Marshallia
large-flowered Barbara's button
Matteuccia
American ostrich fern; ostrich fern
Meehania
Meehan's mint; creeping mint
Melissa
lemon balm
Mentha
Corsican mint; applemint; horsemint; peppermint; spearmint
Mertensia
Bluebells; lungwort
Mimulus
Alleghany monkeyflower
Miscanthus
silver grass; maiden grass; variegated eulalia; maiden grass
Mitchella
partridgeberry
Monarda
Oswego tea; bee balm; dotted mint; horsemint; wild bergamot
Morus
mulberry
Muhlenbergia
purple hairgrass
Musa
hardy banana

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Catalog as of January 02, 2016

Magnolia

(Magnoliaceae - magnolia family)
Magnolia. About 85 species of trees and shrubs, native to Asia and the Americas. Often strikingly attractive, both in their flowers and foliage, magnolias are among the most popular of ornamental trees and shrubs.

Magnolia virginiana - Jul 4 Magnolia virginiana - Jul 4 Magnolia virginiana - Jul 4 Magnolia virginiana - Jun 29
virginiana semi-evgrn shr or tree • ht 15-20' • zones 5b-10a

sweet bay magnolia


native, fragrant, screen, moist - wet, sun
MA to TX, esp. near the coast

A shrub or small tree (usually shrub-like in colder areas) with leaves dark green above and waxy-white below. Evergreen where winters are mild. Bears wonderfully fragrant, white, globe-like flowers about 3" across over a long period in summer. Prefers acidic soil, and tolerates wet soil. In the South can reach a height of 30' or more.

4¼" pot, 8-12" tall, cat # 1B7N1 $14.95 each / 3+, $14.50 ea.
½ gal., 12-24" tall, cat # 1B7N2 $22.95 each.