Magnolia ashei Ashe Magnolia

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Magnolia ashei – Ashe Magnolia



   1 – gallon size 



Hardiness Zone



   Reaches 10 – 20 feet in height.

Growing Habits

   Shrubby growing habit.


   Beautiful round rosy colored fruit about 3 inches long.


   Very large leaves (slightly smaller than Bigleaf Magnolia which has leaves 12-32 inches long!) Deciduous: leaves drop after turning yellow in the Fall. 


   Large white fragrant flowers (purple blotch in center) that are 6-12 inches across.

Recommended Planting Conditions

   -Moderate-heavy shade.

   -Moist well-drained soil.


Common Native Habitat

   -Woodland shade.

Other Notes…

   -Blooms at an early age! Will flower at 4-6 feet tall.

   -Very similar to Magnolia macrophylla but not as cold hardy.


  • 5
    Magnolia Ashei

    Posted by Ryan on 9th Jun 2021

    Great size and healthy. Would buy again. Always great sized plants and amazing prices!

  • 5
    Ashe Magnolia

    Posted by Sherry Gerald on 27th May 2021

    The Ashe magnolia arrived in wonderful condition, and it's big! I potted it up, will plant it out soon.

  • 5
    Magnolia ashei Ashe Magnolia

    Posted by John on 29th Apr 2021

    Beautiful plants. Arrived in great shape, moist and well protected. Great root system transplanted well. Two days later you would never know they didn't grow there naturally.

  • 5

    Posted by Jared on 20th Apr 2021

    Awesome plant, as always, I planted an M. asheii from Mail Order Natives at my parents house years ago and its now quite large. Super healthy and just leafed out for the season, looking forward to the beautiful flowers. Ordered another one to have at my house and its doing well in an understory situation.

  • 5
    #1 Garden Magnolia Species

    Posted by BauHaus Gardens on 13th Apr 2021

    Perfect 1 gallon size for planting this relatively fast to mature Magnolia macrophylla var. ashei example. Quick delivery of well rooted plant. 'Mail Order Natives' provides a great service offering this magnolia species Garden Club of America 2017 Plant-of-the-Year ( It is so nice to have Mail-Order-Natives listed as one of the exceptional resources by the Magnolia Society International (

  • 5
    Ashe Magnolia

    Posted by AGUSTIN Garcia on 8th Oct 2020

    I have been purchasing plants from mail order natives for several years. They always arrive on time, well packed and healthy. Plants have grown well. This Ashe Magnolia arrived promptly and looks very healthy. I will keep on buying plants from Emily

  • 5
    Magnolia Ashei

    Posted by Michael Redfield on 8th Sep 2020

    Arrived well-packed and in great shape. Planted same day, and it's looking good days later! I couldn't be more pleased.

  • 5

    Posted by Ann on 24th Jun 2020

    I bought this to have a banana leaf like shrubby tree with magnolia flowers (as I love the scent). Honestly, I haven't planted it in the best conditions for this plant (but it's in the most attractive area in my garden for it though) so I delayed on writing my review. I'm in Zone 6b and have it planted in heavy clay/loam, 11-hour full sun on the cusp of a sharp slope. At first the leaves fried (which I expected 'cause this plant usually prefers part shade), but I've diligently watered (after testing soil with a moisture meter) and staked a temporary shade cloth around it. It took a bit to adjust to my transplant shock, but now the plant is putting on good growth and is peeking above the shade cloth but not suffering for it. I recommend giving it a try if you're on the fence; I've read reviews from others growing this in tougher situations and Ashe magnolia is a harder plant than most expect.

  • 5
    Ashe magnolia

    Posted by Jason on 19th Jun 2020

    Plant arrived in excellent shape and great packaging. Thanks so much!