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When the perfume is first sprayed, rose, bergamot, and magnolia notes rise before eventually settling into skin.
Trust us: with its lofty magnolia trees and classic wraparound porch, Prescott House, the historic Victorian for sale at 120 North 6th Street in Fernandina Beach, Florida, will take your breath away from halfway down the block.
And the area has been decorated with new redbud, locust and magnolia trees.
Trees include Wise apple, magnolia, birch, maple, cedar and crape myrtle.
Of these, 300 new and beneficial plants were introduced into Florida’s landscape, including palms, caladiums, hybrid amaryllis, hybrid magnolias, camellias and bromeliads.
The alleyways still make shortcuts between the old garages, and the homes are well-kept, azaleas lush, magnolias bigger than ever.
White magnolias are near the pergola, which is topped by wisteria and varieties of clematis.
Author Tom Wolfe grew up in Richmond in the 1930s and ’40s in a small frame house that his father built and his parents lovingly landscaped with boxwoods and magnolias.
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MAGNOLIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of magnolia for English Language Learners
: a tree or tall bush that has white, pink, yellow, or purple flowers
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