Magnolia Sieboldii: What a gem for any installation.

Magnolia Sieboldii | Pacific Nurseries

Magnolia Sieboldii | Pacific Nurseries

As every landscape professional knows, trees provide the structure and primary focal points in a garden. They shade hot areas, provide shelter and habitat for birds and add beauty through every season.

So if you’ve got a project underway that requires trees for a patio or highly visible location, consider the Magnolia Dieboldii.

A blooming beauty for any Bay Area installation.

Magnolia Sieboldii | Pacific NurseriesThis fantastic tree will get about 15 feet tall and works well in planter beds around patios and on uphill slopes.

The leaves are about 3-6 inches long. The Magnolia Sieboldii grows best in part sun or shade in some of the hotter areas around the bay. It also features an open white flower with a prominent purple red stamen that’s just magnificent when it blooms.

See for yourself how a Magnolia can improve just about any project.

All in all,  this Magnolia is a great tree worth considering for your next installation. If you want to learn more or see a specimen first hand, stop by our Colma growing grounds to look over our many sizes in inventory. You can also give our specialists a call or send an email to check on availability for immediate delivery.

  • L Kenney

    Please let me know if this tree would work in Healdsburg (zip code 95448) for a somewhat shaded location. Also how fast does it grow? Would it loose it’s leaves in winter? I also have the same questions for the Eddie’s White Wonder Dogwood although I was wondering this tree would be better in full sun or mostly shade?

    Thank you