Features "Jane" magnolia's short stature makes it a suitable small tree for growing under power lines or other areas where space is limited. Showy Garden locations Culture Best grown in organically rich, neutral to slightly acidic, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. But what would you say if I told you that you could plant later-blooming magnolias that escape such carnage? Place your tree in the hole, replace most of the soil and firm it down well. It was about feet tall. An ideal location would be one with direct morning sunlight, and some protection in the afternoon. Usually requires little pruning other than removal of dead or damaged branches.
In good growing conditions it should grow a foot a year or even a little more , slowing down as it matures and fills in. Water your Jane Magnolia once a week for the first couple of growing seasons. Home Guides Garden Gardening. Prune as needed immediately after flowering.
The Jane Magnolia grows in most soils and is hardy across almost all of America ; it is pest and diseases free, vigorous and healthy and needs almost no care besides making sure it gets water during the driest times of the year. Cannabis Culture Careers Advertising. Noteworthy Characteristics The genus Magnolia consists of about species plus numerous additional hybrids and cultivars of deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs. Before the leaves are even on the trees, the Jane Magnolia will be covered in upright blooms of a beautiful rich reddish-purple with pale-pink centers. The Jane Magnolia is the perfect small tree or large shrub to bring color to your garden in spring.
Residents of woodlands and humid semitropical areas in their native ranges, they prefer part shade or part sun -- part shade in warmer, drier areas. Full sun to part shade Water: They will not be the Jane Magnolia you need. The Jane Magnolia is generally disease-free and has no particular pests. They get morning sun, but are mostly shaded with dappled sun in afternoon. Mulch well to help retain moisture in the soil; the "Jane" magnolia needs average amounts of water. That way every tree is identical to the original and will not disappoint.