I have a perfect place for a Magnolia tree on my land, and I have seen several that I really like around town. The problem is, I have no idea what variety it is that I keep seeing. The one I want is round in shape, has the large waxy leaves, and large white flowers. They are about 20 feet all and 20 to 25 feet wide. I believe they are evergreens, but cannot tell for sure since I have really only noticed them in spring/summer. The nurseries around here all have several deciduous varieties (smaller, non-waxy leaves) and the evergreen varieties they have are the tall, pyramidal shapes (Little Gem, DD Blanchard). Can anyone identify the variety of Magnolia that I am seeing? Did they just trim a pyramidal variety to be round in shape?