Sensational Saturday: Scent of Magnolia

The South is redolent of magnolia in the spring.  Like my husband is drawn to the sound of a Harley Davidson motorcycle, I am drawn by the fragrance of the magnolia.  This flower is ancient, existing before bees.  It is still a bit early for them to bloom, but you can dream about them and their wondrous scent.

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The scent of the South: Magnolia.

The scent of the South: Magnolia.

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