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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by wcutler, Feb 26, 2008.
Two Ukon in bloom at Brewers Park, Victoria and E. 26th on April 21, 2020.
Here's a better close-up of the Ama-no-gawa I mentioned above, and the lone Kanzan at 30th & Windsor:
Lone Shiro-fugen on NW corner of E. 18th and Knight shares the street with Kanzan at April 22, 2020.
This Ama-no-gawa is finishing its bloom on the NE corner of Dumfries and Kingsway at April 23. 2020.
That 'Ama-no-gawa' is pretty interesting as a shrub. I remember one year you (Anne) posted one and commented about the flowers being so high up for you to see - this one is the answer to that.
Is it a whole bunch of trunks? And what's next to it - looks like it was supposed to be the same thing but is a whole bunch of avium trunks(?).
Yes, it is Avium right next door.
Shirofugen on the east side of Windsor just south of 31st:
A bit further south, a single Kanzan:
And a few steps further south, another lone Kanzan:
Over on St. Catherines, on the west side, just north of 31st, a huge Kanzan in a tangle of undergrowth:
And then it was 7:00 and time to go home and bang pots and pans.
Ian Cumming sent along this photo from his bike ride yesterday - he says the 'Kanzan' run on Dumfries from 32nd to 29th. He also included the map of his route.
These should definitely be a festival favourite - they will be on the map in just a minute.
Mikuruma-gaeshi is finishing its bloom. On the north side of Brock, west of Nanaimo at April 25, 2020. After a while, all the fading cherry tree blossoms start to look the same.