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‘Black Tulip’s superb, goblet-shaped 6” blooms draw admiring attention—oohs and ahs!—with their have-to-see-to-believe-it black-purple color. New Zealand-bred compact tree, growing to 11.5’, flowers earlier than most—within the first few seasons.
MAGNOLIA BLACK TULIP (PBR) Bare Rooted. Magnolia x black tulip. Magnolia Black Tulip makes an excellent feature tree in any garden with its magnificent deep red to near black blooms up to 15cm across. They appear on bare stems in early spring and are followed by beautiful green foliage.
Readily available for sale, Magnolia ‘Black Tulip’ makes an excellent choice as a feature tree in any garden, the deep red to near black flowers (picture right) appear on bare stems in early spring are followed by nice green foliage. A mature specimen will reach around 12ft – 15ft tall (4-5m) in time.
‘Black Tulip’ makes an excellent small specimen tree, can be topped to form a hedge, and works well in large containers. Bred in New Zealand, this hybrid Magnolia is the result of a cross between Magnolia ‘Vulcan’ and Magnolia ‘Iolanthe’.
A general purpose fertiliser can be applied in spring should be adequate in most areas, a good time to renew mulch as well, water well before and after applying fertiliser to your Black Tulip Magnolia.
Magnolia × soulangeana ‘Black Tulip’ mag-NO-lee-ah ex soo-lan-jee-AY-nah This stunning hybrid has deep burgundy tulip-shaped flowers that appear in early spring before its 4- to 6-inch-long leaves unfurl.
Buy Black Tulip® Magnolia online. Black Tulip® Magnolia is a deciduous Magnolia that has it all! Black Tulip® Magnolia is a deciduous Magnolia that has it all! It features dramatic, goblet-shaped blooms of black-purple color, up to 6" across on quick-to-flower small trees.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Iris from Magnolia, Black tulip I bought this months ago. Planted it acccording to instructions. It did well for about a week. Then buds fell off. It appears to be dead but I am leaving in the ground in hopes it will try again next year.
Bred in New Zealand by leading Magnolia breeders, Felix and Mark Jury, Magnolia Black Tulip® is stunning. This woody tree grows well in most climates, tolerating all but the coldest temperatures. It performs best in the sun and enjoys protection from strong winds.