Jane Magnolia - 5 Container

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Jane Magnolia for Smaller YardsBeautiful, Fragrant Spring FlowersSmall Tree or Large HedgeBlooms a Bit Later Than Other MagnoliasFull SunLong LastingReddish-Purple Tulip-Shaped BloomsHardy & AdaptableCare-FreeAttractive FoliageSpecimen Plant or Privacy Hedge!The beautiful Jane Magnolia tree (Magnolia x 'Jane') is prized for its abundant, long-lasting reddish-purple blooms, fragrance and showy color. Plant them as a hed…
Jane Magnolia for Smaller YardsBeautiful, Fragrant Spring FlowersSmall Tree or Large HedgeBlooms a Bit Later Than Other MagnoliasFull SunLong LastingReddish-Purple Tulip-Shaped BloomsHardy & AdaptableCare-FreeAttractive FoliageSpecimen Plant or Privacy Hedge!The beautiful Jane Magnolia tree (Magnolia x 'Jane') is prized for its abundant, long-lasting reddish-purple blooms, fragrance and showy color. Plant them as a hedge along your house or as a single accent at the edge of a patio planting bed.Jane gives you all the fabulous features you love, without having to make a commitment to a lot of space or care. You'll adore the 8-9 inch, tulip-shaped flowers of purple with white centers, appearing in late spring, prior to its leaves. It will keep reblooming here and there throughout the season.This is a hardy plant. You won't have to fuss over it in order to enjoy its performance. It will start making some smaller leaves just as the flowers begin to show color.Attractive, 6-inch leathery, dark-green leaves cover the Jane for summer. The leaves turn a lovely copper-yellow in the fall. Jane Magnolia is a deciduous plant that will drop its leaves in fall.Magnolia Jane is one of the "Little Girl" series of hybrids developed in the 1960s. Live in a cold climate? Jane starts blooming a bit later in the early spring than other Saucer or hybrid Magnolias, which protects the beautiful, cup-shaped blooms from late frost. This is wonderful news for gardeners in growing zones 4 - 6.Why wait? Get started with your order and start enjoying this lovely shrub or small tree.How to Use Jane Magnolia in the LandscapeThe Jane has a compact appearance. You can prune it to fit a smaller space in your flower bed if you like, or allow it to reach its full potential size in a hedge. It is versatile, and Jane plants can be used as either trees or shrubs.Plant this carefree Magnolia and you'll soon understand why it's such a sought-after landscape accent. Jane Magnolia is a bit more refined, staying slightly smaller in the landscape, which might make it more suitable for either side of a front entrance.If you'd like a standout flowering screen, try to plant your Jane Magnolia in a slightly zig-zagging row a bit less than 4 feet apart. They'll grow together and form a continuous garden wall. What a wonderful sense of ornamental privacy in your landscape!After all, smaller, lower branched plants make fantastic screening near your patio for some welcome privacy from the neighbors. And with those incredibly large flowers, which start out looking like big purple tulips that are born on the tips of each branch, why not choose a Magnolia?Jane would also make a fantastic informal hedge with the most amazing flower display of darker purple flower buds. As the flowers begin to open, the flowers fade and expose light pink inside that fades to white. The two-toned purplish and white flowers are fragrant and so very showy. The flowers are the main reason that Magnolias are grown.You'd also love using this tree as the focal point in a garden or specimen in a front or back yard.#ProPlantTips for Plant CareKeep your Magnolia happy! Plant it in a full sun location in well-drained soil and give it additional moisture as needed each week throughout the growing season.Magnolias love a nice layer of arborist chips or shredded mulch over the roots. Always be careful not to apply the mulch up against the trunks of any plant. Keep the mulch away from the trunks by six inches or so but lay a nice layer of 3-4 inches over the root system. Remember, plants that are healthy and vigorous are far less susceptible to problems than plants that are stressed.Jane is a great choice. Order yours today!.column_stem{float: left;margin-left:2%;width: 46%;}/*Clear floats after the columns */.row_stem:after {content: "";display: table;clear: both; }@media screen and (max-width: 700px) {.column_stem {width: 100%;}}Tree Form vs. Shrub FormThe details make all the difference in a garden. At Naturehills.com, we understand that little things like what form a plant is can greatly impact how you plan your landscape. So before you buy, dont forget to check which form youre getting.Tree Form: These are plants that have one stem coming from the ground. Plants can also be considered single stem when lower branches are removed to raise the height of the branching to a more desired height. Sometimes, you will hear a tree form referred to as a single stem.Shrub Form:These are bushy plants with many stems and branchings close to the ground. They are referred to as shrubs or bushes and are often shorter than their tree forms.
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