Bee Breakfast

Another great reason to have a Magnolia around. (Besides their outrageously luscious bloom and heavenly smell) The Southern classic in the diminutive form 'Little Gem' will fit in nicely in even the smallest lansdcapes. The bee was had collected so much pollen he was having trouble navigating. I think he might have been a bit drunk as well.

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  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson)
    on Jan 12, 2013

    @Jeanne B I love the Little Gem because it gives the feel of the classic southern plantation Southern Mag, but will go in our space challenged urban landscapes. They also perform beautifully in wet spot where other evergreens won't do well.

  • Gena
    on Jan 13, 2013

    she is 14

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