Magnolia grandiflora


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Noun1.Magnolia grandiflora - evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowersMagnolia grandiflora - evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowers
magnolia - any shrub or tree of the genus Magnolia; valued for their longevity and exquisite fragrant blooms
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Chairman Omani Majles A'Shura Khalid Bin Hilal Nasser al Maawali also planted a sampling of Magnolia Grandiflora in the lawn of Parliament House and prayed for progress and prosperity Muslim Ummah.
As the perfumed fragrance wafts our way, invariably, we are reminded of Grandmother's garden with its profusion of gardenias, or we recall the magnificent towering Magnolia grandiflora that would bloom just in time for graduation on a beloved college campus, or we fondly remember a trip to historic Charleston, South Carolina, where the essence of sweet olive seemed to emanate from every garden.
Where is the Hydrangea Petiolaris, and the Magnolia Grandiflora?' The herb garden reflects the plants grown when the castle was last occupied 500 years ago.
I can picture the large 'tulip tree', as the villagers called it (a Magnolia grandiflora, in point of fact), which stood proud near the village green.
If any small tree captures the image of Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler, it's the Magnolia grandiflora, with its beautiful white blooms and emerald green leaves.
The collection at the alpine and temperate house included different species of juniper and fruit trees with plants of tea, olive, Acacia modesta (phulai), Diospyros lotus (amlok), Magnolia grandiflora (bull bay, native to the south-eastern United States) and some plant species donated by Dr Albert Stevens, director of the Berlin Botanical Garden (the second largest botanical garden of Europe).
In the case of Magnolia grandiflora L., Xu & Kirchoff (2008) described the pollen grains as microperforate, while Zhang et al.
Rahmon planted Magnolia Grandiflora Tree at the International Friendship Garden of Shakarparian on Friday morning.
In December, 2014, Stone County, a second host, Magnolia grandiflora was also observed infected with Stomatochroon.