Thursday, May 9, 2013

One word- Magnolia!

For the first time in several years we've had a gentle spring with no severe frosts and my magnolia has had a chance to open it's blooms and they aren't marred with brown edges!

What a nice start and many blooms to go!


Such a soft delicate pink...


You can smell them as you approach too!



Swoon....

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Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden
Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden

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13 comments:

  1. Hi Liz

    Your magnolia is gorgeous too!! My tree is probably as old as the house (75+ years), so it's an oldie but goodie. You're so right about this being a better spring for the magnolias. Last year mine literally froze on the tree - all brown mush and now blooms. So happy that our trees are doing better this year.

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  2. This magnolia is gorgeous, Liz! I would love a tree like this, but no space! xo

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  3. I know just what you mean. Our magnolia bloomed last Friday, and the perfume was intoxicating! Enjoy!

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  4. What a fabulous Magnolia. You're so lucky, I just can't seem to grow them here. I've tried Susan, Stellata and one other and all of them died. I don't think I've ever had the pleasure of smelling them.

    Linda

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  5. Love your tree... do you know the cultivar? I've also posted on magnolias this week and and a great many in bloom just now... one of my favorite tees for sure! Larry

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  6. Just beautiful! I wish I had room for one in my yard, the flowers are so beautiful on them.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  7. Liz,
    Just beautiful!! Love your header pic!!

    Thanks so much for stopping by!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  8. Even though I don't grow these I do adore the flowers!

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  9. Your magnolia blooms are gorgeous Liz! I took some photos of mine too, but haven't had a chance to download them. A cold night will effect those tender blooms! Enjoy them before they start to fade.

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  10. When I redo my gardens - now they're yards but I'm hoping to transform them into lovely gardens, for which I'll be bothering you with requests of advices - I'll have one of these trees.


    In my garden - the one I managed at the end of the yard after killing and destroying mamute weeds and nettles - I planted one Magnolia Tree (a Mother's Day Gift a few years ago :sweet:) but it's from a different specie than this one. It gives huge flowers in a striking and lovely white. I've seen some American blogs decorating with the leaves so I imagine you have it too in your Country.

    But I love this one so I'm definetly borrowing the beauty and whimsy from one of these to my *new* gardens.

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