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Magnolia Jane

Flowers Later for Less Frost Risk
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Magnolia Jane

Flowers Later for Less Frost Risk
Absolutely gorgeous, tulip-like flowers of reddish-purple appear in mid spring, flowering after other varieties like Star Magnolia. Later blooms means less likely damage from a surprise frost and a healthier flowering.
  • Zone 4-8
  • Height 10 - 15 feet
  • Bloom Time Mid spring.
  • Light Requirements Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Ship As DORMANT 2-3' BAREROOT
We ship this item in Spring. Cannot ship to: AE AK GU HI PR
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  • Botanical Name:

    Magnolia 'Jane'

  • Height: 10 - 15 feet
  • Ship As: DORMANT 2-3' BAREROOT
  • Spacing: 10 - 12 feet
  • Spread: 8 - 12 feet
  • Light Requirements: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Color: Purple
  • Foliage Type: Ovate, medium green, leathery leaves, up to 6 inch (15 cm) long. Leaves emerge with copper-red tints and turn green over summer. Leaves turn yellow, bronze and copper tones in fall before dropping for winter.
  • Bloom Time: Mid spring.
  • Flower Form: 7-9" (18-23 cm), cup-shaped, tuliplike flowers.
  • Planting Instructions: Select a location protected from high winds.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, organically-rich, acidic, moisture-retentive soil.
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Pruning: Prune to desired shape and to remove dead and broken branches, after flowering.
  • Winter Care: Apply a winter mulch, after the ground freezes, for its first winter. Remove the mulch in early spring, before new growth emerges.
  • Additional Information: Absolutely gorgeous, tulip-like flowers of reddish-purple appear in mid spring, flowering after other varieties like Star Magnolia. Later blooms means less likely damage from a surprise frost and a healthier flowering. Developed at the National Arboretum by Dr. Francis DeVos and William Kosar. Introduced in 1965.
  • Unable to ship to: AE AK GU HI PR

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