Magnolia stellata Rosea - Magnolia Pink Star

Magnolia Pink Star - Magnolia stellata Rosea

Fragrant flowers

Slow growing, wide, multi-stemmed shrub or small tree. Pink buds open to light pink flowers that fade to white. Blooms in late April and early May before foliage appears.

Genus: 

Magnolia
Magnolia stellata Rosea

Common Name: 

Magnolia Pink Star

Flower Color: 

White

Exposure: 

Full Sun

Features: 

Fragrant
Disease Resistant
Heat Tolerant
Insect Resistant

Bloom Season: 

Early Spring

Plant Category: 

Deciduous Tree

Hardiness Zones: 

Zone 4

Plant Terms: 

Foliage Color: 

Dark Green

Care Instructions and Growing Tips: 

Mulch at the base of the tree with organic matter to retain moisture, taking care not to let it mound up against the trunk.

Suggested Uses or Locations: 

Specimen tree for smaller gardens
Patio Planting Beds
Foundation Planting Beds
Lawn Tree
Shrub Border

Height: 

10-15'

Water Requirements: 

Requires regular waterings until well established, particularly in hot, dry weather.

Soil Requirements: 

Moist, well drained acidic soil high in organic matter

Growth Habit: 

Upright
Rounded

Fall Color: 

Yellow

Season of Interest: 

Spring
Summer
Please Note: The plant varieties listed on this website do not indicate current availability at Mahoney's Garden Centers. Plant varieties can vary from store to store and from week to week. If you are interested in purchasing a specific plant, we encourage you to call before making a a special trip to one of our garden centers.