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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by wcutler, Mar 28, 2008.
Kanzan trees at HWY 91 in Richmond
Twelve Accolade trees at Yaohan Centre in Richmond are trying to bloom (sputtering). Ten trees at the entrance on No. #3 Road and two in front of the Radisson Hotel at same location.
Flowers are sparse , but I did see buds as well.
One impressive Whitcomb on private property at 7091 Livingstone Place South. In full bloom today.
The pair of Whitcombs at the West Entrance of Richmond Hospital on Gilbert Street are starting to bloom.
Nine Whitcomb trees blooming at SW corner of Hazelbridge (6 trees) and Alexandra (3 trees).
Noticed some suckers on a few of the trees. Pink surveyor's tape on one tree...
In Steveston, four Whitcombs are blooming at 3740 Chatham Street (strip mall). Three trees on Chatham, and one on 2nd Avenue. Also one Accolade tree east of the three Whitcombs is just starting to show a very few blossoms.
At 8680 Lansdowne Road (west of Arcadia) there are 9 Whitcomb trees in bloom today. Eight of them are along the fence bordering the fire lane, and one is inside the courtyard.
Nine stunning Pandora trees in full bloom at 8655 Jones Road, east of St. Albans Road.
There are three Shosar trees in full bloom at 5520 Alderbridge Way, north of Minoru Blvd - and sadly, two dead ones.
Catch them before they are gone, starting to drop petals.
Line of Rancho trees(more than 10) on the River Rd along casino.
More than 20 Akebono at entrance and along building of SilverCity Riverport Cinemas at Steveston
9 tall Rancho around Watermania pool
There would be blooming soon Kanzan, Shirofugen and Ukon at Steveston
4 Akebono near Cyclone Taylor Sports at Steveston
Several Akebono, Shirotae and 2 Tai-haku at the ground of International Buddhist Temple at Steveston
Later would be Kanzan
Several Akebono at Steveston and 99 Hwy
at Steveston & Roseland
6 young Shirotae at Great Canadian Way north from Bridgeport Rd
Lots of Akebonos and lots of photos this morning at Garry Point in Steveston. Many of the trees had an orange-yellow lichen on the bark. At the end of bloom.
Amongst the numerous Akebonos at Garry Point I noticed one tree that was different. The flowers look like TaiHaku but the buds do not.
I think they do look like 'Tai-haku'. It would help to have the diameter of the flowers.
Need some help identifying this one.
Not too sure about these, either.
Pear, probably Callery Pear (I say because it's the only ornamental pear I know the name of, and there are a lot of them around). Small white or greenish white flowers with colourful anthers; everything points upward.
Are these at 7251 Minoru Blvd, at Acheson? They look like the Korean Hill Cherries on our map at that location.
Shirotae at Minoru Chapel. Appeals to chickadees, too.