Thursday, February 16, 2017

Pink Flower Photo: Tulip Tree at Magnolia Gardens

Pink Magnolia Blossoms Photo by Aquariann

I was tickled pink to discover tulip trees were blooming for my birthday last week! I knew the weather would be warmer in South Carolina, 600 miles south of Delaware (where my birthday plans have been snowed out many times over the years) but never dreamed my favorite spring trees would be awake the first week of FEBRUARY.

According to WhereTraveler.com, tulip trees usually start to bloom late February to early March in Charleston, SC. How lucky was I to celebrate my winter birthday with such beauty at Magnolia Plantation & Gardens?

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2 comments :

  1. Gorgeous=)!! I'm so glad that you got to spend time with your favorite trees for your birthday!! That's pure magic!! I have seen those here 'n there around here too...and now thanks to you, I know what they are=)!!

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  2. I love tulip trees - the blossoms are beautiful!

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