Magnolia Liliiflora Jane Tree

Status: Out of Stock
Mature Height: 10 to 15 ft.
Mature Spread: 8 to 12 ft.
Proper Name: Magnolia liliiflora x 'Jane'

Collections: Ornamental - Magnolia

Product type: Ornamental Trees

Tags: Bloom Spring, Flower (Pink)

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Description

The Magnolia x 'Jane' is a member of the 'Little Girl' group of hybrid magnolia trees. These trees explode with purplish-pink and white blooms later in the spring than most magnolia trees helping them avoid frost in more northern climates. They grow to a mature height of only 10 to 15 feet, this along with the beautiful, tulip blooms make them a good tree for flower beds, near homes, or a specimen tree in a front yard. You should expect a growth rate of about 12 inches per year for this tree.

The photo of the tree next to the barn is one of our 3-4 ft. trees in a 4 gallon pot.

Bloom Color:White, light pink, bright pink, purple
Bloom Period:Mid to late spring
Fall Color:Bronze, copper
Foliage Color:Dark green
Genus & Species:Magnolia liliiflora x 'Jane'
Growth Rate:Slow
Mature Height:10 to 15 ft.
Mature Spread:8 to 12 ft.
Soil Type:Adaptable to many soil conditions
Sun Exposure:Full sun
Zone:4 to 8

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Customer Reviews

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Steve Tuohy
Nice and healthy

The tree came in good condition with a bud waiting to bloom. Hopefully I can keep it from the deer

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Jacquelyn Zaccardelli
Already growing beautifully…

… & can’t wait to see that continue! 🥰

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John Wachel
As advertised

Every thing went as advertised. From order confirmation all the way to how to plant it. Y’all have your system down to an art. Very very satisfied will be ordering again. Keep up the good work 👍🏼
Thanks from Texas
John W.

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Kristen Carroll
Alive and thriving!

Weeks after planning and the tree is boy up growing beautifully! I can’t wait to enjoy it for years to come!

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Lisa Dupill
Jane magnoia

very nice tree' lots of roots and branches, fresh, alive. appropriately packaged.