Thursday, June 5, 2008

Yellow Bird Magnolia






I just discovered this little magnolia blooming. It has a pretty pale yellow flower which appears after the leaves are open, unlike the Cup and Saucer Magnolia which blooms before the leaves appear.

8 comments:

Rondi said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! I enjoyed taking a tour of this blog as well as your other one. I never knew there were so many lilies! Your photos are breathtaking!

Zoƫ said...

I love magnolias. They are such ancient plants, and its odd to think of dinosaurs munching on these.

Anna said...

That is so pretty. It is such a faint color of yellow too. I love it. Hey.. your dad looks like my dad!

GardenJoy4Me said...

Chey ... I didn't know about this one .. it is so pretty ! You captured it just right : )
Joy

Kittie said...

your pictures are just great
a bit of dream in this world
thanks
kittie
http://nottheoneyouthink.blogspot.com/

Nancy J. Bond said...

What a gorgeous addition to your garden, Chey! Such a pretty shade of yellow.

Amy said...

Very pretty - I love buttery yellow flowers.

chey said...

Rondi~~You're welcome.Ah yes, daylilies, there are sooo many:). Thanks for your kind comment.

Zoe~~They are so primitive. Do you think that they actually existed back then?

Anna~~Thanks for the comment! Your dad must be handsome:)).

Joy~~I didn't keep the tag, but I'm sure it was Yellow Bird. One of the few names I remembered before I realized that it was important to do so.

Kittie~~Thanks, and thanks for the visit!

Nancy and Amy~~ Thanks so much!