Magnolia Betty produces large, tulip-shaped deep purple-pink flowers with white interiors on thorny branches in spring. The decorative bright green foliage turns coppery in autumn. Magnolia 'Betty' is part of the 'Little Girl' Series, a group of hybrid Magnolias developed at the U. S. National Arboretum for a late spring bloom to prevent frost damage.
Best planted in moist well drained soil in a sunny position.
At a glance:
Bright green foliage turns coppery in autumn
Tulip-shaped deep purple-pink flowers
Moist well drained soil