Do you know what these flowers are called?
Tinsie, it's a magnolia tree.
Already! How wonderful!
I love it, the color too.
Que lindo! Deve cheirar fantasticamente:)
What a stunning image! It seems so far from reality over here!God bless you!Cezar
Beautiful magnolia flowers! Please send some Spring our way!
What a magnificent tree. I can't wait for things to start blooming around our place.
Beautiful blooms. It's always inspiring to see the first blooms of spring. I have an orchid tree in my front yard and I'm anxiously awaiting the first bloom.
Saucer Magnolia, I have one too and it is just starting to open up. The land across the water in my post is the US Canada border. MB
Yeahhhhhhhh.....Spring is in the air :-)Great shot !!!
We had one of these in our back yard - so very beautiful! I think you're ahead of us spring-wise, though!
JM, this is such a sweet, fresh image. Love the composition and the subject!
Beautiful magnolias. The dense display at the bottom looks wonderful.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
I love Magnolias. They are the best sign that spring is actually coming. I remember staring for hours to one near my high school (thus distracting me on classes).
Signs of spring, already? Oh how lucky you are! The temp actually rose today to the 50's here, so maybe spring will show up this year! heheheee
This looks just like a type of Magnolia!? You know we have Magnolia growing here so I ordered this (if it is) one as I figured it would be an OK zone? It bloomed a few times..struggled, then died off. I love this JM- Awesome..so tired of looking at mono!! ha ha
They are an early sign of spring here too ... but of course we are looking at the signs of Autumn beginning to peep through right now. Lovely photo
Wonderful! :) I'm hoping within a month or so I'll be seeing these flowers in Zagreb too...
No trace of spring here, and today is what we call Primavera a Mare (Spring at Sea).
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