Hours in my “yarden.” Close to the earth; close to God.
Unable to photograph but I see tadpoles with tail and hind legs; baby frogs.
In the fall of the year after the flowers are long gone from a magnolia tree, the seed pods have an interesting surprise in store. Magnolia seed pods, which resemble exotic-looking cones, spread open to reveal bright red berries, and the tree comes to life with birds, squirrels and other wildlife that relish these tasty fruits. Inside the berries, you’ll find the magnolia seeds. And when conditions are just right, you may find a magnolia seedling growing under a magnolia tree.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Propagating Magnolia Seeds: How To Grow A Magnolia Tree From Seed https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/magnolia/propagating-magnolia-seeds.htm