Douglas Justice was too good to us this month, featuring tree-sized rhododendrons in his blog: April 2019 in the Garden | UBC Botanical Garden. Really, how hard is it to find huge trees covered with flowers? I only photographed a few of them, as I was with a very enthusiastic photographer and we didn't get all that far. I hope Michael will post some of his photos here. In the meantime, in April, you can click the link to Garden Explorer in the blog and see lots of photos. After April, you can still see lots of photos, but you will have to enter the plant names. In April, the dropdown offers you the April tour. Here is Rhododendron arboreum, one of the first rhododendrons we saw. It is so impressive, with flower colour varying from white to dark pink. Douglas included my favourite - Rhododendron barbatum. I just like it for the "beards", but the flower colour is popular. It looks kind-of Christmas tree-like when the sun is on all those flowers. I have been trying to photograph the bark for years.