In May, which was Asian Heritage Month, the garden did up a pamphlet highlighting three trails in the David C. Lam Asian Garden named for Asian Botanists. Douglas Justice's June in the Garden 2022 - UBC Botanical Garden blog follows up with four additional trails of interest in the Asian Garden. The write-up lists plants named for the botanists, as well as plants on those trails that should be in bloom this month. The blog includes lots of photos. My favourite is the Decaisne Trail, because it's where the Decaisnea insignis (dead man's fingers) are, though it's only flowering now, with incipient fruits - come back in October for the questionably tasty but creepy fruits. The tree that was cut way back a few years ago is a tree again and has tons of flowers. I took better photos of the flowers last year at May 2021 in the Garden - spring in full swing | UBC Botanical Garden Forums. Here is a different Deutzia from the one Douglas mentioned, but it's at the Decaisne Trail as well: Deutzia calycosa 'Dali'. Rosa roxburgii f. normalis is on this trail heading north to Upper Asian Way. The featured photo for the blog is on the Farges Trail - Rhododendron thayerianum. It shows pure white flowers, so I was not at all convinced that I'd found it when I saw these, but we found the label.