Bred in New Zealand by leading magnolia breeder Mark Jury, Burgundy Star™ has large (up to 5 inch diameter) gorgeous claret red, lightly fragrant blooms which cover the tree in early Spring.
These flowering trees are spectacular specimen trees and grow well in most climates, tolerating all but the coldest temperatures; they perform best in full sun.
As a 10 year old tree it grows up to 11½ ft in height and 3½ ft wide. This tree is grown mainly for its outstanding large colorful flowers and upright columnar growth habit.
- Excellent landscape tree due to its large brightly colored flowers
- Large flowers up to 5 inches in diameter
- Quick to flower – flowers within the first few seasons
- Stunning claret red colored blooms
- Gorgeous healthy textured petals
- Narrow upright distinctly columnar growth habit
Specimen plant for gardens and landscape plantings. Also ideal for courtyards or driveway plantings.
Deciduous narrow upright columnar tree.
Superb blooms up to 5 inches across.
11.5 feet for 10 year old tree
3.5 feet for 10 year old tree
Cold hardy in USDA Zone 5
Flowers before leaves are produced in early Spring
Number Of Flowers
Hundreds of flowers on a mature tree.
Opening bright green in Spring then maturing to a deeper green over Summer and turning a rich yellow in Fall.
Pruning is unnecessary, however, crossed or competing branches can be removed while the plant is young to improve its shape
Average water requirements for medium to large tree
Apply 1 to 4 handfuls controlled release fertilizer (20:12:16) in Spring
No particular disease problems.
No particular pest problems