Today we’re in southeastern Pennsylvania (Zone 6b) visiting Rhonda Molin’s beautiful spring garden.
An arbor covered with the bright orange flowers of crossvine (Bignonia capreolata, Zones 5–9) welcomes you to explore the rest of the garden. Just visible in the foreground at the top is a single white bloom on a sweet bay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana, Zones 5–10) that fills the whole garden with its incredible scent.
Roses are loaded down with buds that promise a huge display to come.
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