Magnolia Allee

One of the most impressive sights in the Dallas Arboretum is the Magnolia Allee (along with the different, but equally gorgeous, Crape Myrtle Allee). A long, straight, and narrow path runs between two walls of ancient giant Magnolia trees. This year, the fountain at the end is replaced by one of the larger Dale Chihuly works.

It’s something to see, and even more amazing to walk down.

Magnolia Alee

For a larger and higher quality version Visit the Flickr Page

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