This week a change from wandering around village roads. I thought it was time to look in the garden again and to start with a Magnolia we have growing outside the door. I noticed it was starting to bud so thought I take the various stages of it flowering.
A little more coming out
With more on the tree flowering as well
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A beautiful sequence of photos.ReplyDelete
I was a though after seeing a few in different stages on the treeDelete
I love your time sequence of the blooming. Beautiful!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, it was over a few daysDelete
The colour is beautiful with a darker shade on the outside of the petalsReplyDelete
One of the things we like about itDelete
It was beautiful to see the progress from bud to bloom, Billy. And I wondered how many days it took to fully open.ReplyDelete
Not many when it started to bud like it didDelete
Interesting set of photos. I always wonder why we call that drab fawn colour "magnolia" when there are so many attractive shades of the flower.ReplyDelete
Your right and I don't think I have seen one the colour of the paintDelete
Even nicer now most of it is in bloomDelete
A nice progression of the pretty flower!ReplyDelete
Yes I thing I got it at the right timeDelete
I really like it when Magnolia trees flower here, they are a true sign Winter is over.ReplyDelete
I know when the daffodils are flowering it isDelete
Our next door neighbor's beautiful deciduous magnolia is now in full bloom. I do so love that tree.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2021/03/duke-gardens-memories.html
So do we and have three in the gardenReplyDelete
Magnolias are such regal looking flowers! Thanks for your glimpse of springtime :)ReplyDelete
I'm happy to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking up.