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Still, that glass vase and the organically twiggy Japanese magnolia that fill it—both rigid and expressive—have to work overtime to mediate between the split personalities of this room.
The metal walkway with the eight-foot incline is flanked by warehouses and a floral arrangement of Allegheny serviceberry, eastern redbuds, wild ginger and magnolia trees.
The signature preparation, hoba yaki, involves meats and vegetables glazed with miso and fire-roasted on magnolia leaves.
But while the Coast is booming, the casinos along the Mississippi River in the magnolia state didn't fare so well.
Little Gem magnolias have glossy, ever-green leaves and bear large white flowers with a citrusy fragrance.
For example, there are tomatoes growing with names like cherry chocolate sprinkles, magnolia rose and pink tiger.
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.
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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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