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    I love my dwarf magnolia. It had the most beautiful blooms early spring.

    We just built and I have a smaller yard now and I wanted something totally low maintenance, so I have the dwarf magnolia as a feature in the front garden with some small shrubs and grasses... The back is the same. However when spring came I missed my cherry blossoms and roses from my old garden. I also had the most beautiful mop top Robina. It was over 15 years old when we moved and was glorious. I love creepers too. Wisteria or jasmine are just beautiful this time of year as well.

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    I love these, although I don't have any (yet!)
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    Sorry forgot to say what they were!

    "geisha girl"

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    I used to have one of those, they are so pretty.

    Mum to be, I have a magnolia, just the normal ones, the common ones you see around. So beautiful. I always wanted one. We bought this housein Jan and it had heaps of stuff I really like in it, two cherry trees, an apricot tree a peach tree. But I want more! It is like I have become obsessed by the garden, I've always rented before this, and I think deep down I convinced myself I hated gardening because I knew I shouldn't get attached. Now I've gone mad!

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    As in non-smokeable ones??

    Ummmmmm.......

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    Oh oh, native violets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleduck View Post
    I love these, although I don't have any (yet!)
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    I have one in my backyard- the bees love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindye View Post
    I have one in my backyard- the bees love it!
    Sooooo pretty. I've seen them used as hedges - say along the front yard - lovelovelove them

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    I've just bought three 'geisha girl' plants to make a hedge out the front of the house. I love 'jasmine' and 'today tomorrow yesterday' for their scent.

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    Yeah Jasmine is beautiful! Good way to keep away people with hay fever too!

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