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Finally a couple of pictures of the Kanzan trees on Acadia between Univ and Chancellor.
Kanzans in full bloom the entire length of Acadia between University Blvd and Chancellor.
Ukon trees in full bloom on Mariner Way. About a week earlier than last year - see #143 below
Re: Kitsilano January 2014 blooms
I posted this Autumnalis Rosea last year toward the end of January. It is in full bloom now so it's probably...
'Shiro-fugen' at Locarno Beach and then another at the housing complex on 2nd at Wallace. This housing complex across from Jericho beach has 6...
Lots of trees to keep track of next year south of 10th. Thanks, Wendy.
One more post of a 'Shiro-fugen' on Crown at 8th.
April 26th - a glorious day at Nitobe with four kinds of cherries in bloom, the many s hades of green in the garden and the serenity.
'Ukon' in the median on 16th between Blenheim and MacDonald in full bloom along with the line of 'Kanzan' on the boulevard. Great Earth Day...
Avium 'Plena' in bloom on Highbury between 4th and 1st.
The grove of 'Shiro-fugen' at Spanish Banks East Concession. One is in full bloom and...
Bellevue Ave blooms from mid cherry season through to the end. 'Mikuruma-gaeshi' past bloom (next year I'll have to get there on time) and...
Two young Kiku-shidare-zakura at 2430 Pt Grey Rd on the curve across from Kits Beach.
Kanzans and what's left of the Shirotae on Highbury between 6 and 7th. Then, the row of Kanzans on Highbury from 6th to 10th.
Amanogawa at the Yacht Club on Pt Grey Rd and Highbury.
Five Ukon in full bloom at Pt Grey Rd and MacDonald.
Three Amanogawa on Maple at Ogden. They are behind the hedges to the property so not very easy to see.
There are three Ukons just past the entrance to Mariner Walk off Island Park Way near Granville Island.
The kanzans on Creekside mentioned below are in full bloom now. #140
The Ukons on Pt Grey Rd mentioned below (#139) are also in full bloom....
Some of the dozen or so Kanzan on Creekside in bloom and the rest are starting.
One Ukon (facing south) fully in bloom on 1st at Pt Grey Rd and the others are just starting.
And another Ukon on McNicoll at Cypress.
Yes, that tree is the one that hangs over the pond. I had written it down as taki-nioi a number of years ago. Thanks for bringing me up to date.