Friday, 2 July 2010

Magnolia/Tulip Tree appears we are all correct.
The tree is known as a magnolia tree and a tulip tree...see here.
There are lots of different varieties...I think this is an evergreen.
In England most magnolia trees are pinky/white and they flower before the leaves appear and you tend not to get the two together.
 Thanks for all your comments....we learn something every day!!! :-)


Jill said...

Whatever the name - a beautiful tree.

Jaqi said...

Its beautiful whatever its name x

Sandy said...

I love Magonlia. I have 2 trees in my garden. She is beautiful. Thanks for sharing and the name is not importend. Hugs.

LazyKay said...

I've been away from my computer for a good while - today I'm trying to play catchup.

What lovely work you've inspired us all with again.

Thanks for the tutorial of the lotus book.

Lovin' what you're doing (as always).


La Dolce Vita said...

I have never seen this before! just lovely!

Judy S. said...

Nice photos, Linda. I love mimosa trees...such an interesting flower.;

Shashi Nayagam said...

It is so nice catching up with you Linda. I am glad you had a great time in the Greek Isles. I have been drooling at all the eye candy you have been showing us