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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by Laura Blumenthal, Mar 17, 2008.
Kanzan arches at Charles and Lakewood. Outstanding.
Jaw-droppingly beautiful Kanzans on 3rd, between Lakewood and Semlin. In the rain.
Eight Kiku-zakura trees on Graveley between Garden and Templeton, starting to bloom.
Those 'Kanzan' are ok :) but I love that second 'Kiku-zakura' photo.
Kiki-zakura AND Kanzan on the same street. How lucky can one get? On William, west of Garden.
Kanzans and mountains. On Garden, between William and Napier.
The Kiku-zakura trees on Graveley , west of Garden are in full bloom now.
Disconcerting, though...many of the trees have Avium suckers.
If you're feeling sad that the festival is over and there are no cherries to visit, you can always look up 'Kiku-zakura' locations on our festival map and go visit them - they're still covered in flowers, and such beautiful colours. To be sure, they are past their prime, and there are spent flowers on the trees now, but still. They're awesome. These are the ones Willard posted two weeks ago.
Still floriferous on April 29, 2016.
Early days for 'Kiku-zakura' on Gravely, west of Garden.
Hidden gem. Fourteen good-looking 'Shiro-fugen' at Salisbury Park. Nice playground, too.
Three 'Shiro-fugen' at Commercial Diversion and Adanac.
'Kanzan' on west side of Wall St between Cambridge and Eton.
Two young 'Shiro-fugen' on east side of Wall St between Cambridge and Eton.
'Kanzan' on Garden, between William and Parker.
'Kiku-zakura' on William between Garden and Lakewood. Full bloom now. Beautiful.
'Kanzan' at same location. With swing.
More 'Kiku-zakura' on Gravely between Garden and Templeton.
'Whitcomb' at McSpadden Park. Lots of bees in the trees.