These first flowers aren't so showy, but they're nice, right at the entrance to the tunnel. I'm not really sure we've seen them in bloom before. We followed the label on a branch to the flowers, and I was pretty sure the flowers belonged to the Schizophragma hydrangeoides label, which surprised us. Nadia has found what she thinks is the right name: Clematoclethra scandens ssp. actinidioides. Edited: but see below. The name is Clematoclethra scandens subsp. hemsleyi. This is Holodiscus discolor, ocean spray, a BC native. You can see it all along Marine Drive west of the garden. The Rosa damascena, damask rose, is just inside the entrance to the Physick Garden, and it's very fragrant. I was surprised how rough the leaves are. At last, Tropaeolum speciosum flowers in the Asian Garden up close enough to actually see them.