Saturday, March 5, 2011

Little Girl Magnolias
The early spring bloomers are favorites of most gardeners because
by March we are ready to get winter over.
The little Girl Magnolias are all low branched and shrubby they grow about 15 feet tall.
This is the one call "Betty" a pink-purple
This lovely is "Ann" deep purple-pink
They are also Susan red-purple
Jane a light pink -purple
and others call Randy, Ricki,


8 comments:

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

How pretty. I cannot wait until they bloom around here. I have a Jane and just love it. Have a wonderful weekend!

richies said...

Early spring bloomers are so special. They are a sign that spring is here and better times are on the way.

An Arkies Musings

Donnie said...

That is a gorgeous bush.

Maggie Ann said...

Very pretty. We have huge magnolia trees up here in Pa. (I think thats what they are called) and when they bloomed in the spring....I would have bad allergy attacks. They sure are a lovely sight to behold when in bloom though. I'm wondering if we have a cousin of what you have? Have a nice day...

Lady Jane said...

That is one beautiful bush. I cant wait for Spring here but we have a ton of snow left in New England. Last year I was looking at my crocus this time of year. AWWWWWWW it wont be long now, ya ya ya....

A Brit in Tennessee said...

How very pretty, they surely signal spring is on it's way :)
The Magnolia Tree is one of my favorites.Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
~Jo

Country Gal said...

They are beautiful. We are having so much rain for the time being, but at least almost all the snow is gone, and our Robins are back so that makes me happy ! Have a great day !

Far Side of Fifty said...

That one looks beautiful..I also noticed it was in a Cemetery..I like to walk around them looking at plants and headstones:)