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Magnolia Elizabeth

 

magnolia collage

I am very happy to see that my Magnolia ‘Elizabeth’ is in bloom this year.  Last year we lost every bloom when we had an unusual warm winter and late frosts.  The little shrub is loaded with blooms.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   Have a great week.

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Comments

Mary said…
Oh how gorgeous! I would love to have one in my garden!
Copper Diem said…
Very pretty! love those flowers!
Pondside said…
Does it have a lovely scent? It is certainly lovely. I hope the blossoms stay out for a nice long time.
eileeninmd said…
How lovely, the blooms are gorgeous! So glad they are doing well this year. Have a happy week!
Cathy Keller said…
Isn't she lovely!!! Wishing you well!! Cathy
Your Magnolia Elizabeth is truly exquisite. I have one that is starting to open is sweet blooms too.. Love this bush.. Hugs Judy
Jannibele said…
The Magnolia is very pretty. A safe sign of spring:)
She looks so pretty. Fabulous mosaic.
Gayle said…
They are lovely! I can spot a kindred spirit flower lover in you! I'm visiting from Little Red House.
Blessings,
Gayle from Behind the Gate
Faye said…
Such a unique bloom in all stages from bud to full flower. Like how your mosaic highlight the bloom stages--and that it missed being frozen for you this year.
EG CameraGirl said…
WOW! Very pretty!
I love the color of your magnolia, Valerie. So glad it has come back to life
Icy BC said…
They look like pretty dancers, and I love this color!
Lisa Gordon said…
Last year was definitely not a good year for these little beauties. My very favorite flower, and these are truly beautiful, Valerie.

Have a wonderful weekend!

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