Jane Magnolia Tree

Jane Magnolia Tree

38 reviews
  • Ships dormant

  • Showy flowers

  • Fragrant

  • Late blooming

  • Low maintenance

Sale price $69.95

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  • Ships in 2-3 business days (N/A to Pre Orders)
  • Buy direct from the grower
  • Family owned farm since 1980
  • You're good to grow this in Zone X

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Small tree for small spaces! The pink flowers in spring are stunning.

The magnolia Little Girl series hybrid magnolias are amongst the most common deciduous lily trees and shrubs. This cold hardy, late bloomer Jane Magnolia tree will awe you with its striking color. Even when it’s not in season, the Jane Magnolia bush maintains an attractive shape all year round!

Japanese Magnolia Jane has abundant, long-lasting purple flower buds – fragrant with showy color. With Jane, you have the glory of a saucer magnolia without the need for extensive space or care. Medium 6 inch leathery, dark-green leaves prepare the magnolia x Jane for summer, turning a lovely copper-yellow in the fall making it the perfect fall color tree.

How Big Does a Jane Magnolia Get?

A full grown Jane Magnolia is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub/small tree that can grow to be 10 to 15 feet tall and 8 to 10 feet wide.

Are Jane Magnolias Evergreen?

Jane Magnolia are deciduous trees and not not evergreen. There are only two species of magnolia that are evergreen:  the southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) and the sweet bay (Magnolia virginiana).

When Does Jane Magnolia Bloom?

Mostly noted for its compact shrub habit, slightly fragrant reddish-purple tulip-shaped flowers, this magnolia blooms a bit in the Spring and throughout the summer.  This is a late-spring blooming magnolia variety making it a perfect choice where you are less apt to suffer frost damage in spring where late spring frosts are common. The flower buds will appear in early spring and begin to open the cup shaped flowers when the weather begins to warm.

How to Prune a Jane Magnolia Tree 

Its best to prune the Jane Magnolia in late winter or early spring. The Jane Magnolia can be maintained as a shrub bush or small tree. They require little pruning other than to promote a balanced, strong frame when young and to remove dead or damaged branches. Pruning should be carried out in late summer or late winter to avoid bleeding of sap.

How to Plant Jane Magnolia Tree 

Planting the spring flowering Jane magnolia shrub is easy. We ship our plants rooted in soil in containers. When the tree arrives, loosen the soil around the root ball to encourage new root growth. Dig a hole and place the plant down to the top of the root. Plant your Jane Magnolia and cover with soil and mulch appropriately to help retain moisture. These are not bare root trees.Be sure to water well the first year of planting to establish a strong root system. 

Magnolias grow well in organically rich, well-drained soil and neutral to acidic soil. Ideally soil should be evenly moist but not soggy. They can grow in moderate shade, but growth and flower production are best in full sun or partial shade. In Northern climates, planting in a location with some wind protection may be best for the Jane’s large leaves and soft wood.


The Jane Magnolia shrub does best in widely adaptable, well drained soils and in full sun to partial shade. This Magnolia lilliflora prefers growing across the United States in USDA growing zones 4-8.. The moderately slow growth rate of this flowering tree makes it a great front yard tree. Prefers slightly acidic soil. To enhance the variation of flower colors, the addition of acidic sulfur or peat moss can help.

The Jane Magnolia can benefit from the addition of slow release fertilizer once a year which will help with pest and diseases such as powdery mildew as the magnolia grows.

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Botanical Name
Magnolia x 'Jane'

Full Sun / Partial Shade

Foliage Color

Flower Color

Mature Width
10 ft

Mature Height
8-10 ft

Growing Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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Karen R.
United States

Doing well

I was a little concerned when it arrived, most of the leaves were brown or had brown spots- be patient! I took off some of those leaves, gave it some TLC and now new healthy leaves are appearing! It’s going to be fine.

United States United States

Love my Jane ♥️

My plant was packaged very well and shipping was pretty quick. I had one question and called Perfect Plants and was very impressed with their customer service. The woman I spoke to was so kind and upbeat. I will likely order from them again!

Audrey H.
United States United States

Lovely Little Tree

Love the tree and appreciate how carefully and thoughtfully packaged it was to ensure that it arrived safely to its new home! Healthy condition.

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Gina G.
United States United States

A perfect score

This is the fourth Magnolia tree I’ve purchased and just like the others it arrived in perfect condition. I would highly recommend Perfect Plants for all of your gardening needs.


Perfect Plants

We truly appreciate your continued support Gina. Hope you and your Jane Magnolia Tree are doing well.

United States United States

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It is a bit larger than I had thought at arrival, but I am very happy with it.


Perfect Plants

Thank you for your feedback and your Jane Magnolia Tree order. Hope all is well.

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