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I saw my first magnolia tree today and it was in full bloom and absolutely beautiful.

 

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Spring has sprung indeed!

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Evening Hubert!

I'm still here too.  But the only trees I've seen lately,  look like these.....

I guess though, soon enough we'll be able to find magnolias in all their glory and in full bloom like these....

Take care til then,

Lydia

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Hey, I am still here! Have you seen any more magnolia?   Hubert

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Just a positive thought for today!

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The Magnolia Tree

 

It stands tall in splendor with its glossy green leaves 
reaching out to the sun. 
Just its mere presence makes you feel so small. 
Magnificent in stature long after its birth, 
It's trunk remains rooted well to the earth. 
Strictly a Southern treasure which is well-recognized, 
A heritage shows with every sunrise. 
Many frontier tales can sound its power, 
while ancestors can remember waiting 
for its abundant bloom. 
White blossomed flowers delicate for a bride, 
yet large enough for plentiful bouquets of 
resplendent wealth to the eyes of the beholder. 
Yes, for all to see is the beauty of a tree. 
Much to my amazement is gazing upon this gift of nature, 
One sees the deep lines of life weaving its story. 
The Magnolia Tree is one of glory. 

 

A Poem by Karen Egleston

 
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Hi Lydia,

   Thank you for the insight about DNA. You is right about just "enjoy their wistful beauty." Here is one magnolia tree, "beside the road,"on road.jpg"Magnolia beside the road"

 

I saw two days ago. Did any one see a magnolia tree today?

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Hello, Hubert!

From what I have read,  all living things on Earth have DNA.  So I would say "yes, magnolia trees have DNA."  But since I'm not a scientist,  I will just continue to enjoy their wistful beauty whenever I am blessed to find one.

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A caring magnolia mother? Think about it.image (2).jpgProtective magnolia mother

 

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Well, we all are part of a family. Are magnolia trees part of a family? lol Do they have DNA?image (2) (478x640).jpgFamily of magnolias

 

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Life is so wonderful! More then that how wonderful is the ONE who created life. We can see it all around us each day. Man did not make these things or us. So when we see a magnolia tree, what a great design! Weather it is spring or winter it is always green. EVERGREEN! Leaves may fall off it but the tree keeps living.

 

Welcome back Lyida to the forum. Glad to here you are feeling better. Appreciating life! Thanks for the creations.IMG_0059.JPGLive!

 

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