Enjoy JANE MAGNOLIA trees for their...
. beautiful fragrant late spring flowers >>> blooms appear just before foliage
. exceptional cold tolerance >>> considered winter hardy to -25 °F (-32°C)
. sturdy multi-stemmed habit >>> vigorous upright growth to 10-15'+
. eco-friendly nature >>> considered pest-free + easygoing + drought tolerant
. garden versatility >>> standalone accent tree + courtyards + winter silhouettes
. enduring popularity >>> magnolias are long-lived + old-fashioned heirloom trees
USDA plant hardiness zones: 4b, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sunset plant hardiness zones: 2-9, 14-24 [western states]
LIGHT: sun to partial shade [prefers afternoon shade in warmer climates]
WATER: evenly moist [considered drought tolerant once established]
SOIL: fertile + humus-rich + acid + well-drained [forgiving of many soil types]
Botanical Name: Magnolia x 'Jane'
[Magnolia kobus var. stellata 'Waterlily' x M. liliiflora 'Reflorescens']
Plant Family: Magnoliaceae - Magnolia Family
Plant Origin/Magnolia Nursery Cultivar: Japan
Jane's a distinguished member of the 'Little Girl' group of magnolias developed in the mid-fifties by William Kosar and Dr. Francis de Vos at the U.S. National Arboretum in 1968.
a.k.a: Jane Oriental Magnolia
How to grow Jane Magnolia Trees:
. Select a location that provides adequate sunlight, water, and soil requirements [see above]
. Water regularly until established and during dry spells for optimum performance
. Fertilize magnolia trees in early spring with an acid-type fertilizer
. Prune after flowering to maintain desired shape and height [usually not required]
. Maintain a mulch layer to conserve soil moisture and minimize pesky weeds
. Avoid unnecessary cultivation around magnolia plants once they're established
. Grow Jane Magnolias in large winter-protected containers in colder climates
Shipping Size: Premium Three Gallon [#3G] nursery-grown plant (11.36L)
We ship large, gift quality plants in their original container and soil.
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