August Beauty Gardenia Tree
The Longest Lasting Gardenia Variety- Now on a Tree!
• giant, fragrant blooms that last all summer
• hard to find tree variety is very low maintenance
• deer resistant- they can't stand the sweet smell!
This Gardenia Variety Blooms for Months
August Beauty is the longest-blooming gardenia you can find. In fact, they call it "August Beauty" because it's in full bloom throughout the summer, and even into fall... a time when other varieties quit blooming. It's like a miniature flower factory!
It is also low maintenance. It is drought-tolerant, so you don't have to baby it in order to get a glossy green tree smothered in blooms!
It Took Us 3 Years to Train Your Trees- They're Finally Ready for You
We've done the hard part for you. These trees are hard to find because they take so long to grow, but they're ready for you now. We've even staked them!
Picture-perfect glossy leaves grow on densely packed branches. The white, velvety flowers grow 3 inches wide. The petals have a habit of curling under, which gives them a pretty flair.
This gardenia is gorgeous enough to take center stage in your outdoor living area.
Sweet Smelling Blooms
You don't get an overpowering scent like gardenia perfume. The flowers have a sweet fragrance.
One tree gives you enough blooms for your entire house! One bloom can fill up a room with its sweet scent.
The flowers are great for "floating," too. Fill up a bowl with water and have a few blooms "float" for a long-lasting air freshener.
These Trees Look Great Anywhere You Put Them!
Pot them up in containers and they'll look great on your patio. Put them near doors, so every time you walk in and out, you're greeted with their fragrance.
Plant your August Beauty Gardenia Tree as accent to set off the corners of your home, or in groups of three. You can even put them in pretty pots to flank either side of your home's entryway.
If you're planting in the ground, make sure you're in zones 7-9. If you're potting it up as a patio tree, it will thrive anywhere in the country.
These are hard to find trees. Since they take so long to grow, we have a limited supply every year, and they always sell out. Be sure to order yours now while they're still in stock!