12 responses to “Magnolia sargentiana”

  1. Abi

    OMG! Daniel, that is one Bogglingly beautiful foto. Thanks for the message of spring and the information on the how/why of the branching. WOW!!! SO glad you are back online with this insighful info and fotos. THANKS!

  2. Janeal Thompson

    Daniel,

    Another wonderful photograph and entry.

    JWT

  3. Marilyn Brown

    Takes my breath away, so beautiful !

  4. Nadia

    Perfect time to take pictures!

  5. Richard Old

    My favorite branch is the sinuate structure of those of Robinia pseudo-acacia. These give the tree an unmistakable physiognomy, especially in winter when silhouetted against an evening sky.
    http://getyourbotanyon.blogspot.com/2012/02/plant-quiz-tree-shape.html

  6. Therese Romer

    Is it named after Charles Sprague Sargent of the Arnold Arboretum ? Did he introduce this Magnolia into cultivation ? And was he also the explorer who found & brought it from China ? A very lovely tree – and a beautiful photo !

  7. Catherine King

    That’s so lovely, I hope you don’t mind that I just set it as the wallpaper on my computer. It is the perfect image of spring.
    Thank you!

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