Bold and beautiful, the Brackens Brown Beauty will flourish in the garden or on an urban sidewalk. Its elegance and class adds sophistication to any site you choose.
This large tree has a straight trunk and short branches. Its silk-like flowers are accentuated by a velvet white interior. Abundant and long lasting, the large, majestic flowers bloom in late April and grace the Brown Beauty through the end of May.
Compact, leather-like, green leaves won't diminish the beauty of the white blossoms. A frost-resistant tree, this magnolia can withstand winter's bite, tolerating frigid temperatures as cold as -20F. With the right soil and enough moisture, it adapts easily to hot temperatures and full sun.
Whether as the striking center of attention in the midst of the garden, as a dense screen or a well-positioned wind barrier, easy care enables this specimen to thrive with low maintenance. A strong grower, the tree's root system is nearly four times the width of her canopy. The well-developed base of this evergreen, gives it the stability to reach heights of up to 50 feet.
The awesome stature of this tree didn't occur over night. The Brown Beauty has perfected its magnificence over millions of years. Perhaps her greatest attribute, her fragrant flowers, will add a southern ambience to any backyard or garden, soothing the senses during the season for many years to come.