Hello and Happy Holidays to All! I've been looking for months to find some help with my Jane magnolia, so I'm glad I've found ya'll. I bought a container grown Jane (about 4 feet tall) from a nursery that was going out of business and planted it in October. At the time it had sparse leaves and buds that never opened. Since I planted it, it has produced 2 new stems, which, unfortunately the deer have proceeded to eat all but 3 leaves off these stems. Come late January should I prune the un-opened buds off or will new ones replace the old? Also, will the stems that were eaten on by the deer re-grow leaves next spring? Or should I prune them back also. By the way, the temperature has not gotten below 30 degrees F here yet, so what leaves it has are still green. Thanks for your assistance!