I have a Magnolia grandiflora tree that I thought I killed a couple of years ago. It was, for all intents and purposes, dead and I was just getting ready to remove the stump when I realized there was a little bit of growth. Well it is back! It’s at least 20 feet tall again, if not taller and it is producing blooms for the first time in its life.
That goes to show you what just a little bit of growth can turn into.
This tree grows very fast. It is dwarfing my gazebo :-). That said I am very happy to have it back.
Have you ever seen anything as magnificent as a magnolia flower? Plus, they smell amazing. We have had the most exquisite spring. It is something to be grateful for and I am indeed very grateful.
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