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elijah13
Dec 18, 2016
That candle is beautiful!
JAMP124
Dec 14, 2016
I can smell the wax and the pine!
wolfemel012
Dec 28, 2014
I love this puzzle my mom has done it 2 times
misty76leigh
Dec 14, 2014
Pretty!
Eveningstar
Dec 13, 2014
So pretty:)
elaineNH
Dec 8, 2014
What a nice and easy idea, jar, water, cranberries, fir and tea candle....also love the pine cone...for years I would have a bowl of pine cones on my table...sometimes I would add stuff to it or just leave it plain
trynfindit
Dec 8, 2014
I LOVE pine cones. I've got pine cones from Florida, North Carolina (two kinds), and California. I love to make arrangements with them and some magnolia, boxwood and candles.
pixipixil
Dec 8, 2014
I love magnolias.
trynfindit
Dec 8, 2014
So do I. Magnolias are such lovely trees. When I was small I decided that the flowers on the magnolia trees looked like stars that came and nestled in the branches.

My California pine cones (didn't you like that smooth segue? ) are from a sugar pine and they're about 18 inches long and as big around as a coffee can.
seaview
Dec 8, 2014
Wow & everyone thought the pinecones on my property are huge! Wonder why they call them sugar pines?
I have no idea what a magnolia tree looks like. Maybe they don't grow where I am at as I have never heard anyone talk about magnolia trees here.
jiggler
Dec 8, 2014
They're called Sugar Pines because of the sweet resin they exude - can be used instead of maple syrup...oh, dear, now I hear Roger Miller's voice singing about maple surple!!!! I've only heard of Sugar Pines because of Louis Armstrong's beautiful record, "Do You Know What It means To Miss New Orleans? "
micki
Dec 8, 2014
I found myself agreeing with everything you said. I also like the pine cones sold in all the stores that smell like cinnamon. I put a basket of them by my Christmas tree. Makes the room smell so inviting.
elaineNH
Dec 9, 2014
Jiggler...I liked Roger Miller so much,, some of his songs were so great...I can remember putting on his record ( really loud) and do my housework in my younger days
trynfindit
Dec 9, 2014
Seaview, there are several types of magnolias; the ones we have a lot of in yards here in n.e. Fla are Southern Mangolias. The can grow to be huge trees and have flowers the size of dinner plates. Here are some URLs of Southern Magnolias; one is of the bloom and some leaves:

http://ui.uncc.edu/story/magnolia-native-north-carolina-south

and one of a grown tree, although I've often seen magnolias larger than this one:

http://thequeenofseaford.blogspot.com/2009/12/tuesdays-trees-magnolia-grandiflora.html

Here's the URL for a Wikipedia page that shows the range for Southern Magnolias:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnolia_grandiflora
pixipixil
Dec 9, 2014
That's interesting about the pine sap. I wonder if there are stores that sell that kind of syrup. I love maple candy--made from the maple cream left after syrup making and also as fudge.
pixipixil
Dec 9, 2014
My husband is a fan of country and western. I remember those lyrics from an anthology og songs he plays--Roses are red; violets are purple; sugar is sweet and so's maple surple...but I can't remember the song itself. There are a number of C&W songs I love but except for Crystal Gail (You've Been Talkin' in Your Sleep) Loretta Lynn and Johnny Cash and maybe Roger Whitaker ( For You Are Beautiful) I don't know many other names. I love the narrative ones--the Gambler and Lucille for example. Does anyone know "I Won't Mention It Again? "--I love that one but it makes me cry.
pixipixil
Dec 9, 2014
Okay here's my attempt to describe magnolias. There are a number of them but my favorite is the Soulangia. It blooms in spring before the leaves come out and the flowers are about the size of a small woman's hands if you put them together at the wrists and make a goblet of them/ The petals are mauve pink at the base and blend to creamy white at the tips. They are sort of spoon shaped but not as curled up as spoon chrysanthemums. Or imagine a long pear shape upside down with the bottom slightly pointed at the tip. I never counted petals but my guess would be 8 or 10 and it's a single flower. The stamens are yellow and in a sort of closed pine cone configuration. They grow like a tall bush with big leaves. I don't have one in my yard so I can't go look to get info. How did I do you magnolia buffs?
seaview
Dec 9, 2014
Well I have never seen a magnolia but I can picture it in my mind by your description so you did well by me pixi. I am also going to look up trynfindit info she left on here so I can see a real picture of one. Learn a lot of things on here, its almost like school days but without the stress. Thanks pixi!
trynfindit
Dec 9, 2014
Pixi, very good. What you've described is the deciduous hybrid Magnolia - soulangiana, also called saucer magnolia, tulip tree and Japanese magnolia. It is indeed a very attractive flower and tree.

My favorite is the Southern magnolia, Magnolia grandiflora.
pixipixil
Dec 10, 2014
Whew! Glad that came out okay. I have wanted a sooulangia for many years but somehow always ended up buying something else. Mostly because I kept saying to myself i'd wait until I finally moved into a place I felt was the home I wanted but we have never been able to move.
seaview
Dec 10, 2014
Trynfindit thanks for the info on the magnolias. I copied the sites you listed to look up. Was going to yesterday but was exhausted & in bed by 7:30. Never in bed that early.
Like I told pixi this site is like back in school days without the stress. Learn a lot on here. Especially want to see if magnolias grow in my state as I have never heard anyone mention them here.
dbnc2
Dec 10, 2014
There is a big magnolia tree in my sister's yard
they are pretty trees and have beautiful flowers one it
the children liked to climb up in it
I wont have one in my yard because they are messy when the leafs fall
trynfindit
Dec 10, 2014
Yes, they are very messy trees. They don't mind dropping their old leaves especially just after you've mowed the lawn. The flowers are lovely but they are SO heavily scented I've learned to enjoy them on the trees rather than cut and put one in the house!

seaview, what state do you live in?

pixi, you know you can plant a tree wherever you live, more than one even.
pixipixil
Dec 11, 2014
True, trynfindit. I did have a magnolia and it was supposed to be a soulangis but turned out to be a star (not one of the prettier ones in my opinion). It stayed tiny for years then we got a new dog who loved to pee on it and boy did it start growing.
It got to be 10 feet tall then suddenly some kind of rot ate up the limbs at ground level and it died. That seems to happen a lot in my yard. The latest attack was on my hollies. I lost 2 and have had a 30-50%
die back on most of the others. I hope they recoveer as it took 20 years for them to reach a decent size.
trynfindit
Dec 11, 2014
Oh, sorry to hear you've had such a hard time with your trees. Where we live we have what's called an "Agricultural Extension Office." You can call them and talk with a Master Gardener and have someone come out, look at your situation, and offer advice and possible remedies to the problem.
trynfindit
Dec 11, 2014
Forgot to add: Maybe you have such an office where you live.
pixipixil
Dec 12, 2014
Yes Cornell has an extension I email. Most of the stuff had no cure or required toxins I can't use in my state especially being up hill from a lake.
dbnc2
Dec 9, 2014
Sister inlaw was admitted to hospital tonight for congestive heart failure & possible bronchitis. It has been a long, trying day for her she is 90 yrs. She was exhausted by day's end and we are praying for a restful night for her
please add her to your pray list
seaview
Dec 9, 2014
I was so sorry to see your post today. I was going to ask you about your sister in a post today and just got on here & saw your post about your sister. It has probably been a long trying day for you also. I hope & pray your sister gets a restful night & you need one too. You have really been thru a lot in a short time. Hope things start to look up for you & soon. Always thinking of you & your sister!
seaview
Dec 9, 2014
Just noticed you said sister in law but the same goes for her also. Didn't see the in law part.
How is your sister doing?
pixipixil
Dec 9, 2014
Missed your post dbnc. I hope your sister-in-law felt better today. Try not to get exhausted yourself, dbnc. Prayers for you and for her right now.
dbnc2
Dec 10, 2014
Seaview AND pixipixil
MAY God bless you all for caring
my daughter took to see my sister yesterday
her eyes lite up when we walked in the door
she seems to be doing better
but misses her husband so much but said she knows he is in a better place
she is praying to join him soon
they were married 69 years
I told her God not ready for her yet
I love C4J where we visit
God bless all
dbnc2
seaview
Dec 10, 2014
Dbnc2 I cant even imagine what it must be like for your sister to have lost her husband after 69 years of marriage.
Brings tears to my eyes just thinking of how much your sister would miss him after all those years. That would be so hard. I feel so sorry for your sister going thru that right now.
You must really make your sisters day & she must really love you a lot for her eyes to light up when you walk in like that. That says a lot about both of you. So sweet!
You take care of yourself & I bet your sister feels better every time you see her too!
dbnc2
Dec 10, 2014
Wish I could go everyday
but just can't
you are such a caring person
thank you
and much love
db
pixipixil
Dec 11, 2014
Even a phone visit must be some help. I'm glad you have eachother and hope your sister recovers and lives many more years.
dbnc2
Dec 11, 2014
Thank you
when I call her it's hard to get her to hear me
she will be 90 on the 11th of January and I will be 87 on the 10th
we have had many happy times together
our life's have always run so close
she got married in Oct. 1945
I got married Nov. 1946
her first daughter was born Oct. 28th 1946
my first daughter was born Oct 29th. 1947
her son was born Jan 13th.1949
my son was born Jan. 17th 1949
she went home from hospital the day I went in
she said she had to go home so I could have her bed
pixipixil
Dec 11, 2014
It's almost like identical twins...but few years apart.
Jrea73
Dec 10, 2014
I love natural decorations, so pretty.
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