North Vancouver

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  1. Susanhuang28

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    There are 11 "Kanzan" trees located in north side of West Queens Road (the location is in front of a tennis court and about 1 block from 3180 Delbrook Ave ). About 65% are in bloom.
     

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    Several beautiful "Kanzan" trees are located in East 23th Street at St. Georges Ave.( south side of Norseman Park); around 70% are in bloom.
     

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    One mature "Ukon" in full bloom at Conventry House which is in south side of E. 29th street. ( Between Lonsdale Ave and Eastern Ave.)
     

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    There are 2 Avium Plena trees in full bloom which is in a alley in between Lonsdale Ave. and Eastern Ave.) One of them is in the intersection with E.29th Street(next to Coventry House), and another one is in the middle of this alley.
     

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    About 12 Kanzan trees are about 90% in bloom; the location is at intersection of E.29th St. at Tempe Glen Dr.
     

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    Kanzan trees which located in Munday Pl and E. 26th St. are about 65% in bloom, but other Kanzan which located in the end of Tempe Knoll Dr are about 80% in bloom.
     

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    One full blooming cherry tree located in a private front yard on the south side of East 29Th St. (between St. Christophers Rd and Masefield Rd.), but I am not sure that it is Kuku-Shidare-Zakura or not.
     

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    Yes, it is.
     
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    the location is in the south side of E.29th street (From Tempe Crescent to Duchess Ave.)
     
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    A tall and beautiful 'Amanogawa' is in full bloom; it located at Trillium Pl at Emerson Way.
     

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    A small Amanogawa and two big 'Kanzan' are blooming; their location are near the end of Walpole Crescent.
     

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    Close to the cool air at the entrance of the Cliff Walk in Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, this 'Yae-beni-shidare' still has lots of flowers, pale as they are approaching the end of bloom on May 2, 2013.
     

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    4 'Shirotae' trees are still in bloom; the location is next to 1135 Ross Rd.
     

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    These trees on Ross are 'Shogetsu'. Note the pink buds, large rather flat open flowers and very fringed petal edges, and the very long stems. They don't even look sick yet - no wonder you thought they were 'Shirotae'.
     
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    One Shogetsu tree in full bloom; it located at Fromme Road (Between East 29th St. and Ross Rd.)
     

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    4 small 'Shogetsu' Trees are in bloom; they are located on Harold Rd at Institute Rd.
     
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    These Shirofugen trees are still blooming, but the color of flowers are gradually turning pink.
     

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    Three beautiful Ichiyo cherry trees are in bloom; they are located on north side of West 16 St between Fell Ave and Hamilton Ave.
     

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    Two "Ukon" cherry trees are located on West 16 St between Fell Ave and Hamilton Ave; they are in bloom and looks beautiful.
     

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    One "Shirotae" cherry tree is located on east side of the corner of 1600 Hamilton Ave at Tobruck Ave.
     

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    Four mature "Akebono" cherry trees are located on Moody Ave at East 20th St.
     

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    Two "Pendula" cherry trees are in full bloom which are located on west side of 2100 Queensbury Ave at 21st E and in a private yard.
     

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    Dozens of matured Kanzan trees are in bloom on both side of West 16 St. (Between Pemberton Ave and Fell Ave.)
     

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    A nice-looking "Okame" cherry is on the southeast of Aborlynn Drive, and it is in full bloom.(The exact location of this Okame tree is south side of Carmaria Crt which is extension of Arborlynn Dr.)
     

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    This splendid cherry tree is almost in full bloom in a private back yard which is located on a nameless street between Ross Road and East 29th Street (4 houses down from Mountain Highway), but I was wondering if this is a Whitcomb tree?
     

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