A Jane magnolia grows to a mature height of 10 to 15 feet high and approximately 6 to 15 feet in diameter. It is a moderate-sized tree that blooms beautiful purple and red flower blooms during the spring and summer months. Sep 21, Prune up to 1/3 of a magnolia bush each season all the way back to the ground to encourage new growth from the base of the plant.
Try to remove even amounts of branches from all around the bush to keep the bush even and the branches properly spaced. May 25, pruning jane magnolia bush With magnolia trees, removing healthy, if unattractive, branches may cause more harm than good.
You should never prune more than 1/3 of the tree at once, so always start with branches that are either dying or already dead. 90%. May 20, This is a common scenario and trees usually come off second best to the view.
Pruning the magnolias however was not going to give a good outcome for the homeowners, the view or the tree. When a magnolia is pruned it loses its naturally rounded shape. Where the stems are cut the plant sends up vertical growth.
Jul 15, Jane magnolia trees are bushes that blossom on old wood. Prune (on the off chance that you have to) soon after blooming. When in doubt of thumb, the most punctual blossoming trees and bushes set bloom buds the earlier year, so the beginner might just prune at the wrong time and wind up losing blossoms.