Wow. That is stunning. It would worry me to no end that frost or a big freeze would kill the tree.
We really dont have moss trees here. Its neat looking, kind of exotic.
That's beautiful! I wonder if I could find one to plant in my yard. I want a magnolia tree, but everyone says the leaves are a hassle to rake. It was spring-ish here for a few days and now the cold front has moved in again. Brrr... guess that darn groundhog was right!
Mr. Lincoln, We are supposed to have a hard freeze tonight. I hope it doesn't damage these blooms, but at least I already have them preserved digitally!Halcyon, I know they have these trees around Jackson, and they aren't the huge magnolia that have unruly leaves to rake. These are a lot different. You would love these trees...blooms before most everything else to help break that winter cabin fever.
This takes my breath away!The moss, as much as the flowers!Oh happy sighhhhhhhhhhh...Mari-Nanci
Oh my, I just may point people to this entry of yours. I have lots of ladies who read 'smilnsigh,' who are so wanting to think of Spring. :-)Mari-Nanci
Beautiful tree, ours are still in bud.
what a height!! these magniolias are extraordinaryhappy valentine's
A gorgeous looking tree
Magnolia trees are absolutely stunning. This is a great picture, really beautiful.
It seems as if Mother Nature took care of the Valentines.
It is a very nice picture. I like the flowers, the colors and the textures.Gracias.
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