Today in Middle Tennessee
Japanese Magnolia 'Jane'
My yellow Japanese magnolia 'Butterfly' typically gets nipped by a late frost. A big treat for me when I returned from Florida yesterday was finding this tree full of blossoms for the first time since planting 6 years ago.
The blossoms on this cascading Japanese maple are so brief that I rarely get a chance to enjoy them.
The bud on this Japanese Magnolia looked golden - thought maybe I'd found the ever elusive money tree. Alas, a few hours later the blossom had broken out and the the gold had faded to brown.
Full moon rising
Labels: Plants You Need to Know