Magnolia Society Blog

Where to buy magnolias on a cold winter’s night

24 Jan 2013 1:38 PM | Dove Coggeshall (Administrator)

When you are a magnoliaphile in the Northern Hemisphere and it is 28°F in Warsaw, 17°F in Chicago, and 7°F in Beijing, the best thing to do is fix yourself a cup of something warm to drink and cozy up to some plant catalogs.

Don’t have any on hand? Our Where to Buy Magnolias page – recently updated and grouped by geographic areas – will give you some suggestions for where to look.

Perhaps the 181 varieties of Magnolia available from Burncoose Nursery in England will tempt you.

Or head down under to Yamina Rare Plants for Magnolia ‘Felix’ among dozens of others.

Maybe Magnolia Raspberry Glow™ from Klehm’s Song Sparrow Nursery might be just the thing to cheer you up on a dark winter’s night. Prefer to have some in-person advice on magnolia selection? Roy Klehm will be speaking at our 2013 Annual Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, in April.

Don’t see your favorite magnolia supplier on our list? Send us your suggestions for additions. And happy spring planting!


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