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My Magnolia "Little Gem" which grows in a large pot, never stops flowering.
I caught this flower coming from the bud to fully open and even a tiny native bee in the open one. They love the flowers. They are tiny stingless native Aussie bees and we have a big log that they live in.
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jan42ful

Thanks so much Marina, hugs to you. ♥

MarinaNephele

Beautiful white flower portraits. Thanks.

jan42ful

It's a bit too hot here for Camellias, some people can grow them, but they need the perfect spot. ♥

oldandancient

We have camellias here as well.

jan42ful

Sorry Donna, I was having a senior moment, I was thinking of Camellias. Yes Gardenias do grow well here, we have a sub tropical climate. Thanks, Janet.

jan42ful

Thanks Allie, hugs to you my friend. ♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks Andie, we have a lot of bees, honey bees and several types of Aussie bees. There are many native bees. That's a shame about your garden. Is there someone nearby who uses poison in their garden?
Hugs my friend. ♥

oldandancient

What kind of climate do you have, Janet? Gardenias grow in heat and sun, sort of what magnolias grow in.

alliebono

How lovely Janet - you ar right to be a proud mama!! :-) xx

Andie2a1383

Gorgeous puzzle Janet,Enjoyed seeing the flower open and the little bee.You're lucky to have some ,the number of ours is still decreasing in my garden although I have all sorts of bee friendly trees /bushes. Thanks my friend.

jan42ful

Thanks so much Donna, hugs my friend. Gardenias don't do well in our climate here, but they are lovely. Hugs. ♥

jan42ful

Thanks redina, yes the trees can get huge, that's why I have this mini type. Hugs my friend. ♥♥

oldandancient

The flowers do smell good. The leaves are hard and sharp. I prefer gardenia bushes, but then again, they need to keep trimmed. They grow at least 2 feet a year.

redina1

My parents put a small magnolia tree in their yard. They never trimmed it and when it got big, it made a mess in the yard. My mom called it 'The Tree From Hell.' It would have been fine if they trimmed the lower branches off, but they didn't want to do that. The flowers are beautiful and smell so good. TFS

SunnyBarb25

Very true my friend, hugs ☺♥♥

jan42ful

Yes I realize your climate is very harsh, but you do well with the things you do grow. Hugs ♥♥

SunnyBarb25

@jan42ful
Janet, I had one in Illinois and one good size bush in ground in Florida but this dry and hot climate is just too much for them to endure. No more gardenias for me 👀

jan42ful

Thanks Barb, a shame you didn't have any luck with yours, they are beautiful. Hugs to you my friend ♥☺♥

jan42ful

Thanks Taisia, hugs to you. ♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks so much Sissel, with hugs. ♥♥

SunnyBarb25

Very beautiful, Janet. Love their wonderful scent and tried it here in the desert.....it died after two years of suffering :( Not the "Little Gem", a regular size bush. Hugs to you my friend ☺♥♥

davitai

Beautiful flowers! Thanks, Janet!❤️

Sissel

It is beautiful pics Janet. Thanks and hugs :-)))

jan42ful

Thanks Val, I'm pleased you enjoyed seeing the bud to bloom. Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

Yes Nev is lucky he didn't break anything! ♥

jan42ful

Thanks Barbara, I'm glad you enjoyed this puzzle. Hugs. ♥

jan42ful

Thanks so much Jill, I'm pleased you enjoyed the sequence. Hugs ♥

valt46

Pretty Collage with bud to flower love it thank you Janet Hugs my friend ♥♥♥

Sorry about Nev's falls glad only bumps and bruises no broken bones ♥♥♥

Barbara38

Absolutely beautiful!
Thanks Janet,
I had to solve it to really see it.....
Cheers Barb x

JillianB

Lovely “watching it bloom” collage. Thanks and hugs ❤️

jan42ful

Thanks Daasha, yes they are tiny bees and native to Australia with no stings at all. Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks so much Gail, hugs. ♥

jan42ful

Thanks Donna, and yes it's great having Nev back with us. Hugs ♥

Janet, this is an amazing collage. The information about bees without stings surprised me. I've never heard of them. That's fantastic. Thanks and hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

Gaillou

Beautiful!

albertwinestein

Donna, many thanks indeed. ♥♥♥

oldandancient

Beautiful. And welcome back, Nev.

jan42ful

Thanks Nev. That is not good about the falls, do take care. We were pleased that we got one inch on Monday! Hugs my friend. ♥♥♥

jan42ful

Thanks Jacki, hugs my friend. ♥

jan42ful

Thanks so much Bobbie, hugs. ♥

albertwinestein

Top post, Janet.
With a month of non-stop rain here (almost 24inches) everything around here is wet, mossy, and slippery. I had two falls yesterday, and fortunately nothing broken. But I have some sore spots today. ♥♥♥

bluebird42

Beautiful! Thank you Janet, and hugs

pasta

Lovely. :)

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