A Magnolia Burst

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The faux spring has caused a few blossoms here in the desert to spring forth, but down the coast, spring has already decided to visit.

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This eye-catching tree on my mother-in-law’s street deserved a photo session.

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I know we supposedly have a bee shortage, but they were in abundance on this Jane Magnolia tree–otherwise known as the Tulip Tree.

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A pink feast for the eyes!

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10 Responses to A Magnolia Burst

  1. Lori Lipsky says:

    Magnolia trees are gorgeous. They’re not very plentiful around s. Wisconsin, and today we’re getting ten inches of snow, so thanks for sharing the pink beauties with me. It was good for my soul to read your post! πŸ™‚

  2. ly says:

    …one of my favorite spring blooms!

  3. dorannrule says:

    These photos warm the heart (even if we’re still frigid in Virginia). Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚

  4. gingerbreadcafe says:

    One of my favourite trees, I am hoping to see some in flower over here soon.

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