Hillsborough, NC
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Serving Atlantic Seaboard customers from Florida to Long Island


Magnolias

Beloved for its dinner-plate size blossoms with the fragrance of lemons, the Southern Magnolia is considered to bet the "Grand Dame" of Southern landscaping. This Southern native does well from Zones 6B to 9 with cultivars like Edith Bogue and Bracken's Brown Beauty reportedly doing well into 5B thus pushing this perennial favorite into the Northeast and extreme Southern New England.

Cooper-Payne Tree Farms has a wide variety of Southern Magnolia cultivars in sizes up to 28 feet.

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Magnolias


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D.B. Blanchard Southern Magnolia

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30-foot Southern Magnolia (above)
12-foot Souther Magnolia (right)

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200 gal container Southern Magnolia.

Available in these container sizes

DB Blanchard Magnolias in 300 gal containers

300 gal container Southern Magnolia.

 

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670 gal container Southern Magnolia.

Edith Bogue Magnolia

12-foot Edit Bogue Magnolia. Extremely cold hardy, this is ideal for landscaping in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and the southern coast of New England.

Heirloom Southern Magnolia

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A very rare 20-foot Heirloom Southern Magnolia, original cultivar.

This specimen tree is currently available -- Call for best pricing!

Teddy Bear Southern Magnolia

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10-foot Teddy Bear Southern Margnolia.

Lil' Gem Southern Magnolia

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12-foot Lil' Gem Southern Magnolia.

 

Lil' Gem Southern Magnolia

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10-foot Lil' Gem Southern Magnolia.

Lil' Gem Southern Magnolia

16-foot Lil' Gem Southern Magnolia. Extended blooming peroid compared with other varieties.