Jane Magnolia Tree Facts
Jane Magnolia Pro Tip
The Jane magnolia blooms a couple weeks later than the early blooming magnolias like the star and the saucer which means you don’t have to worry about bud damage with this little magnolia. No missed years of blooms even in the coldest climates! It varies on your climate and the temperatures, but generally Jane magnolias bloom in April to May.
Jane Magnolia in the Landscape
For landscape purposes we recommend approaching this dwarf tree as a large shrub since it is multitrunk and/or low branching. The Jane magnolia is stunning as a focal or specimen tree in a small yard. In a larger yard plant in groups of 3 to anchor the corners of your yard or your home. This small tree is non-invasive and safe to plant near your home, patio, deck, or fence. Plant your Jane magnolia trees about 6 feet apart for a stunning hedge.