Privacy Plants -- The Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’ has been a popular plant over the last 10 years as both a feature tree and a screening plant.

Contemporary Garden Design by C.S Design Magnolia Grandiflora ('Teddy Bear') trees leave room for a low hedge to create visual interest

Hot tubs can come with their own set of interesting designs and setups. #hottubdesigns #hottubdecks

25 Awesome Hot Tub Design Ideas

Backyard hot tub pool contemporary with recessed lighting hot tub raised planter built in outdoor cushion outdoor lighting river rock wooden flooring outdoor spa outdoor seating small garden

Evergreen Magnolia Hedge. Click for info on how to care for magnolias.

If you want to grow an Evergreen magnolia hedge you are best using a Magnolia ‘Little Gem’ or Magnolia ‘Teddy Bear’ as these are dwarf varieties of the…

Links We Love – What We’re Reading This Week—March 27, 2015

Links We Love – What We’re Reading This Week—March 27, 2015

square pond surrounded by wood decking and hedges of waving tall grass sugarinteriora: Le jardin plumé, Normandie

'Fairy Magnolia® Blush' (Michelia hybrid): numerous light lilac pink flowers from late winter to mid-spring; cold hardiness zones 8-11; evergreen to semi-evergreen in the Southern USA; prefers mildly acidic soils; requires less water as established; to 12 ft.; picture from Monrovia +

Monrovia's Fairy Magnolia® Blush details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Fairy Magnolia Blush - Mark Jury's pink michelia

Posts about Fairy Magnolia Blush on Tikorangi The Jury Garden

Lollipop Fairy Magnolia Blush at our entranceway. The smaller michelia to the left is an unnamed figo hybrid with masses of creamy yellow flowers.

Lollipop Fairy Magnolia Blush at our entranceway. The smaller michelia to the left is an unnamed figo hybrid with masses of creamy yellow flowers.

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