Tai Haku

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  1. gonul guvenc

    gonul guvenc Active Member

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    Locations of 'Tai Haku' will be summarized here. (Prunus Sato-zakura Group 'Tai Haku')
     
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    gonul guvenc Active Member

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    Re: Tai-haku

    * on Burrard across from the Armory - please see pictures in Kitsilano neighborhood.
     
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    Michael F Esteemed Contributor Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Re: Tai-haku

    One of the nicest Japanese cherries.

    Note: 'Tai Haku' (no hyphen)
     
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    gonul guvenc Active Member

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    #6237 Battison St. inside the D.HN MacCorkindale school - please see pictures in Killarney.
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Burnaby: three trees inside the Pitch and Putt fence at the southeast corner of Central Park, and at Imperial and Willingdon. With the nearby Ukons, these were a 2008 Festival Favourite
    [Edited June 20, 2011 by wcutler]: other Burnaby location:
    Five Tai Haku trees in BCIT, four young ones near SE14 parking lot and one on GoArd Way, see photos.

    Dunbar-Southlands: Blenheim, 38th to 41st, east side of the street, 10 trees, a 2009 Festival Favourite; also
    39th from Dunbar to Collingwood, see photos

    Grandview-Woodland: Woodland south of William

    Kensington-Cedar Cottage: Fleiming and 39th, one very nice tree; also
    *in Brewers Park at the end of Beatrice St., north of Kingsway - please see pictures in Kensington/Cedar Cottage.

    Kerrisdale: Balsam between 41st and 43rd were a 2008 Festival Favourite

    Marpole: 66th, West Blvd to Adera 5 trees

    UBC: One tree at International House is featured on Douglas Justice's Talk and Walk every year; also
    Botanical Garden, row of young trees outside the entrance, see photos
    Other locations on the map but not posted in the forum: University at East Mall,
    Walter Gage Road, visible from East Mall,
    South hill of the Student Union Building

    West End/Stanley Park
    : two young trees in front of an apartment building on Nelson west of Gilford

    West Point Grey
    : 16th Dunbar to Crown were a 2008 Festival Favourite
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Not a timely posting - one more 'Tai Haku' location

    Renfrew-Collingwood: two people have posted this single tree among 20 or so 'Akebono' at Melbourne Park on Vanness Ave, see photos.
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    More locations

    North Vancouver: 5 large 'Tai Haku' Great White Cherry trees are located just outside Park and Tilford Gardens near Rona., see photos.

    White Rock / South Surrey: one young tree at 26 Ave and 158 St, see photos.
     
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