the woodwork is in magnolia gloss
Breeding successes like camellias with better cold tolerance, American elms resistant to Dutch elm disease, and later flowering magnolias have given landscapers and gardeners important new choices.
There's a natural coherence and spacing about the twisted elder trees, the large magnolias currently flowering in a pale pink, and the squirrels darting, students and ducks ambling among them.
In the center of campus, wedged between the six outer buildings, was the Mason Courtyard, a large stone courtyard, filled with groves of magnolias and palmettos.
I was so happy that I skipped all the way down 5th Avenue, admiring the dying light and the magnolias bursting into flower and the cherry blossom that seems to have come from nowhere in the last week.
As much as I love the various flowering cherry trees that are a feature of a Christchurch spring, I like especially the magnolias , the mature trees in particular.
Lightly prune young magnolias after they flower to encourage a pyramidal shape.
Over 160 years in the making, Trebah now contains glades of subtropical ferns, towering bamboo and magnificent specimen trees, as well as rhododendrons and magnolias in spring.
If the word magnolia conjures only visions of the famous evergreen varieties of the Deep South, consider the myriad shapes and colors found among the stunning deciduous magnolias .
The River Oaks Country Club in Houston sits like a plantation mansion amid a vast expanse of magnolias , dogwood, azaleas, and golf greens.