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Yes, I do. See posting from April 19, 2019.
Yes, that trunk is punching above it's weight. Huge wingspan on that tree, and the trunk has a big scar on it from a missing limb.
The pair of 'Shiro-fugen' at Franklin and Cochrane are going out with a Big Last Hurrah.
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One ‘Shiro-fugen’ on Franklin at Gower Pt Rd and two more on Franklin and Cochrane
Pair of 'Shiro-fugen' at Franklin and Cochrane.
Last kickers will be ‘Shiro-fugen’. Still blooming on Franklin Rd.
Pink blossoms holding on for dear life.
Maybe I should go out there after dark with my clippers.
Newly planted 'Ama-no-gawa' on private property on Ocean Beach Esplanade north of 2nd street. Easily visible from the road.
Label still attached....
BTW all cherry trees at IGA mall are ‘Kanzan’
See post #472 in West End neighbourhood for a beautiful pair of tall slender 'Ama-no-gawa'. Photographed April 16, 2018.
Revisited that bushy 'Ama-no-gawa' at Marina Place on Trueman Rd today. My friend Stefanie (who is not a cherry scout, and never will be) pointed...
Yes, that trunk has a lot to say for itself.
Looks like it survived an amputation.
Your final hurrah tree on Langdale Rd is ‘Kanzan’, and a mighty fine one, I might add.
Yes Georgia, tree at Legion is typical umbrella-shaped ‘Yae-beni-shidare’
‘Snofozam’ on Roberts Creek Rd is fountain-shaped, IMO.
Attractive quintet of columnar ‘Ama-no-gawa’ on private driveway on Inglis Rd, east of Shaw Rd.
Still fragrant, even from the road.
I've been thinking about this 'Ama-no-gawa' on O-Shea Rd.
Owner really had her heart set on an umbrella-shaped tree. Looks like her late husband...
I have seen bushy-shaped ‘Ama-no-gawa’ trees here in Gibsons at Marina Place on Trueman Rd, and the odd one on O-Shea which looks like a...
‘Ama-no-gawa’ (heaven’s river). This Sato-zakura (Japanese village cherry) dates from the late 19th century and is one of the most immediately...
Last show at IGA/Starbucks in Gibsons is 'Kanzan'. Lots of 'em.