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Good foliage to gild should be thick and hold its shape well, such as magnolia, holly, pine, fir, juniper, palm fronds, boxwood, live oak and others.
New lantern windows bulge from its tower wing, the only apparent addition to this industrial-age artifact, a 96-year-old grain silo on the Cape Town waterfront stripped of its gungy magnolia paint down to gray concrete.
The 5,200-square-foot plaza offers tables and chairs, including clusters of low, pod-style seats, along with shrubs such as rosemary and lantana and box trees including magnolia and jacaranda.
Outside the Oval Office stands a venerable magnolia tree planted by Andrew Jackson in memory of his late wife, Rachel.
Things get done here at a slower pace, in the luxurious shade of magnolia trees.
Dogwoods flower really beautifully, and magnolias are nice ornamental options.
This whole scenario took place in just about a minute, with only a few seconds under the magnolia tree.
The gardens are the real attraction on the seven-acre estate, with a life-size chess garden, relaxing zen garden, and a pool surrounded by stately magnolia trees.
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