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Magnolia blooms produce a large amount of pollen rather than nectar, which is spread by pollen-eating insects. Resulting seed clusters 'pop' with color, resembling pine cones dotted with la

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Submitted on Thursday, October 10, 2013.

Magnolia blooms produce a large amount of pollen rather than nectar, which is spread by pollen-eating insects. Resulting seed clusters 'pop' with color, resembling pine cones dotted with large red seeds.

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