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About the Jane Magnolia Tree

About the Jane Magnolia Tree

About the Jane Magnolia Tree. When most people think of magnolia trees, they picture stately trees with large, white flowers. The Jane magnolia is slightly different, in that it has beautiful pink, tulip-shaped blooms.

When most people think of magnolia trees, they picture stately trees with large, white flowers. The Jane magnolia is slightly different, in that it has beautiful pink, tulip-shaped blooms.
Growing Zones
The Jane magnolia tree is a hybrid variety that does well in a wider range of growing zones than many other magnolia varieties. Viable in zones 3 through 8, the Jane magnolia will thrive in areas that have low temperatures as cold as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
Size
The Jane magnolia is fairly compact as far as magnolias go. It typically grows to about 10 or 15 feet tall and has a spread of roughly 10 feet. This more modest size makes it a good choice for even smaller yards as it will not overpower the whole yard.
Flowers
The Jane magnolia blooms in late spring, after threat of frost has passed. The blooms are a beautiful pink, ranging anywhere from a fairly pale, purply pink to a vibrant fuchsia color on the outside and white on the inside. The shape of the flowers is reminiscent of a tulip, but the scent is definitely, distinctly magnolia.

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