[I have moved this out of a posting about several single-white trees, and added an intro] This tree at 8th and Arbutus is notable for its very numerous straight upright branches so densely packed that it has a fairly round overall shape. The round aspect is also a result of the uniform length of the branches. It appears to have been evenly trimmed, but if that was done at all, it's unlikely to have been done within several years. The blossoms are single, white, hanging in umbels with some pedicels being fairly long (6cm?). [Edited by wcutler Oct 28, 2008: I've added a fall colour shot of this tree] Joseph just sent me these three photos, which are a big improvement and which he didn't even have to get into the yard to get, or did you, Joseph? This is growing out of the branch from the trunk with the red blood-looking splotch. It looks like when these were planted, someone stuck a bouquet in the ground of three branches of whatever and one of this thing.