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Small Trees “Jane” (Magnolia “Jane”) is a prolific-blooming deciduous shrub growing in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 4 through 8 with heights of 10 to 15 feet.

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Part of the Little Girl Series of hybrid magnolias developed in the 19t0s, the Magnolia 'Jane' is a cross between M. liliiflora ''Reflorescens' and M. stellata 'Waterlily.'Along with 'Ann,' 'Betty,' 'Judy,' 'Pinkie,' 'Randy,' 'Ricki,' and 'Susan,' the other seven hybrids, Magnolia 'Jane' was created by bota...

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Jane . Ann. Magnolia soulangeana or Saucer Magnolia. Saucer Magnolia is very similar to the Ann and Jane except it has a different flower color and gets a little bigger. The flowers are more white with some purple whereas the Jane is more purple with some white. The Saucer Magnolia can get up to 20’ tall and wide.

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'Jane' is a late-blooming magnolia that is less apt to suffer frost damage in spring. Noteworthy Characteristics. The genus Magnolia consists of about 100 species (plus numerous additional hybrids and cultivars) of deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs. Most plants feature large simple leaves and showy, sometimes fragrant flowers (yellow ...

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Ann Magnolia Vs Jane Magnolia. Become a Partner. Magnolia Planting: How To Care For A Magnolia Tree. The shade from the tree and accumulation of leaves prevents grass from growing, and as the leaves break down they provide nutrients for the tree.7 through 9; however, there are some cultivars that survive winters far north of zone 7. ...

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About Ann Magnolia... (Magnolia liliflora x M. Stellata) The Ann Flowering Magnolia Tree is a beautiful tree, able to grow 10 to 15 feet tall by 8 to 10 feet wide. The Ann Magnolia Tree is a deciduous tree, with small 4" flowers that are tinged purple on the inside, with bright red-purple colors on the outside. Grows in zones: 5 - 9

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Magnolia Stellata Jane Platt. Magnolia Stellata Centennial. The Centennial Star shown on the right is another hardy bloom with large fragrant white flowers accented with pink. I saw the Chrysanthemumiflora pictured below for the first time at an arboretum near me. This one may be hard to find but probably worth the search for this beauty.

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The "Jane" magnolia tree ( Magnolia x "Jane") belongs to the "Little Girl" group of magnolias, a group of early spring blooming hybrids originally created at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington D.C. in the 1950s. The tree is on the small side, growing to a mature height of between 10 to 15 feet.

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"Ann" Magnolia. The “Ann” magnolia (Magnolia x “Ann”) is a late-blooming cultivar that is hardy to U.S. Department of Agriculture zones 4 through 8. ... The “Jane” magnolia (Magnolia x ...

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One of my favorite Spring-flowering trees is Magnolia Jane. It’s easy to grow, reliably hardy even through tough Winters, and puts on quite a show almost year-round. Here’s why you absolutely need at least one Magnolia Jane in your garden. We purchased three small Magnolia Jane shrubs years ago.