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Thanks Ron. A week or so after I came across this magnolia at QE Park, I took a photo of another magnolia, nearby in the Park (29th and Cambie)...
I took these photos around the third week in March, just as the plums were coming into blossom. These are the best photos I have of the magnolia...
One more Helwingia japonica from yesterday.
Here are two more photos of the 'Shirofugen' grove in Stanley Park. They were taken during our wonderful walk with Wendy.
These photos were taken at Queen Elizabeth Park early in the season for 'Kiku-shidare-zakura'.
Michael and Ron--thank you very much. Will enjoy my reading and head to VanDusen this PM to look at the Chinese walnut at the back of the garden....
Thanks for your reply. I have uploaded a few more photos of the tree in question.
Would this id as Juglans nigra or Juglans cinerea?
Thanks Ron. Knew you would be able to help me.
Could someone identify this tree please. Is it, Castanea sativa or C. dentata?
A soil test is a good idea. Dig a hole and note out how quickly water drains from the hole. Check out the tree insert from Surrey Now that was...
You will see a flower as well as the fruit right now. Don't eat them when they aren't ripe, so I have been told!
Perhaps you might try putting down bark mulch.