Monday, March 28, 2016

Saucer Magnolia

What beautiful colors!


This Saucer Magnolia grows at the corner of our front yard.



The weather has been perfect for a magnificent display of raspberry swirl blossoms!


This photo is a bit dark, but I like the perspective of looking up into the tree!


Happy Spring!
 
;-)  -Marci

14 comments:

  1. They are beautiful flowers.
    Merle.........

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  2. A lot of people have this tree in our neighborhood but we are s little behind you in blooming. We can't wait. Happy Spring.

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  3. So gorgeous, love your photos of blossoms. Some of our trees are getting buds on braches I noticed today and ur hibiscus is blooming in front. Now if only my lilac bushes would bloom this year. Last 2 yrs. weather changed and lilacs didn't get to bloom at all, were working on it but cold coming back foiled their efforts. Envy you those wonderful blooms. Happy week

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  4. Our magnolia is blooming, too. Beautiful photo of yours!

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  5. Beautiful flowers and beautiful photography! We don't get these here in Greece, so they are special.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful!!!! We are currently having a spring snowstorm so it was a treat to take in the beauty of your pictures. :-)

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  7. Those are beautiful! I lost mine a few years ago to a disease and miss it. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Inspire Me Tuesday.

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  8. Magnolia is a beautiful tree, seems funny that a tree can produce just beautiful blossoms!!

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  9. I adore Magnolias Marci. This one is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing at Five Star Frou-Frou this week. Hope to see you again on Friday! Love, Mimi xxx

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  10. I have always wanted a magnolia tree, the blossoms are so pretty. Love these pictures!

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  11. Hi Marci, Beautiful photos of beautiful flowers! You might be interested to know that we call them "tulip trees" in North Carolina! I've also heard them called Japanese Magnolias. Thanks for this treat for the eyes! Blessings, Janet

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  12. lovely flowers indeed...I love Magnolia because it smells wonderful

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  13. How beautiful? Thanks for linking to #PoCoLo

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