At Amitis, you can buy beautiful bever trees or magnolias. The bever tree is highly popular for its stunning blossoms, resembling tulips, earning it the nickname "false tulip tree." We offer various varieties of the bever tree, including Magnolia 'Sunsation,' Magnolia 'Fairy White,' Magnolia 'Black Tulip,' and Magnolia kobus. Explore the distinctive features of these magnolia trees and choose the one that aligns with your preferences. Place your order, and we ensure delivery within two to four working days.
The bever tree or magnolia is a medium-sized tree or shrub known for its remarkable blossoms. From March to April, it bears beautiful flowers resembling tulips, hence its nickname, the false tulip tree. The 'ordinary' magnolia naturally has white flowers, but there are several varieties available with pink, yellow, burgundy, or purple blooms. Amitis offers these unique cultivars as well.
Amitis provides different types of bever trees. If you prefer a magnolia with its characteristic white flowers, choose Magnolia kobus. The evergreen bever tree is the Magnolia 'Fairy White' or Michelia. This early-blooming small tree features pleasantly fragrant white flowers and leaves that remain green throughout winter. Magnolia 'Sunsation' and 'Black Tulip' stand out for their uniquely colored flowers. Sunsation bears soft yellow flowers with a pink stripe in the middle, while Black Tulip has large cup-shaped flowers with a burgundy to purple hue.
At Amitis, we take pride in our magnificent selection of magnolias, known for their striking flowers and elegant appearance. The magnolia, or bever tree, is a enchanting addition to any garden. Here are some care and maintenance tips to ensure your magnolia remains healthy and beautiful over the years.
Your magnolia thrives best in full sun to partial shade, with full sun resulting in the most abundant flowering. Ensure a humus-rich, acidic to neutral, well-draining soil. The soil should remain moist, but excess water should be able to drain away. A layer of mulch around the base can help retain moisture and provide frost protection.
While magnolias can withstand short dry periods, regular watering is crucial, especially during dry summers. Annual fertilization in early spring with a slow-release fertilizer promotes growth and flowering.
Pruning your magnolia is generally not necessary, but if desired, the best time is just after flowering in late spring or early summer. Avoid pruning in late summer or fall to avoid disrupting next season's flowering.
Magnolias are fairly resistant to common diseases and pests. However, regular inspection for signs of diseases or pests, such as fungal diseases or aphids, and timely treatment can prevent issues and ensure the tree's health.
Young magnolia trees may benefit from some protection against severe winter cold. A protective cover or a layer of straw around the base can help protect the roots from frost damage.
At Amitis, we not only offer beautiful magnolia trees but also the knowledge and support you need to enjoy your tree. Visit our website for more information about our magnolia collection and contact us for personalized advice on the care and maintenance of your magnolia.
Would you like to let a young bever tree grow in your garden? Order the desired variety directly. This way, you can witness your young tree grow to maturity at home and determine the final image yourself. To ensure optimal growth, you'll need the right tools. Therefore, order a Treestart bag directly to increase the success rate of your bever trees.
Young Beaver Tree | Magnolia 'Black Tulip' Shrub Form66,75 Incl. VAT