Magnolia Magnificence

Spring is starting to take hold of Evansville. The crocuses have bloomed and faded…

Then came the hellebores and daffodils with more of the later daffodil varieties and the tulips still on the way…

The sedums are perking up and getting extra color…

The Chinese ginger is putting out its alien blooms before the leaves begin to regrow…

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I’ve started the first of my garden produce for the year…

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The honeysuckle that the city sprayed with herbicide last summer is showing signs of hope and regrowth…

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There are other interesting things to see around my yard and the neighborhood as spring comes upon us…

But the real star lately has been the magnolia tree. It’s been in bloom for almost two weeks now and it’s been gorgeous. I’ve enjoyed the changing light and the changing sky behind it as the tree goes from buds to full bloom…

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4 thoughts on “Magnolia Magnificence

  1. Great photos! It was all so uplifting .

    On Wed, 23 Mar 2016 6:43 pm Squirrels and Tomatoes wrote:

    > Amy Rich posted: “Spring is starting to take hold of Evansville. The > crocuses have bloomed and faded… Then came the hellebores and daffodils > with more of the later daffodil varieties and the tulips still on the > way… The sedums are perking up and getting e” >

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