Since the Virtual Garden Tour thread started with a comment "We gardeners have more time than ever to work on our gardens", I'm starting this thread for plants we're enjoying that are not there through any effort of our own - either ones in the neighbourhood or in public gardens or maybe friends' yards. My first selection of plants all happen to be white. This is Viburnum plicatum 'Summer Snowflake'. It has no label, so I might not be right about the cultivar, but it fits the description in Douglas Justice's May 2020 in the Neighbourhood - UBC Botanical Garden blog. I don't remember seeing a white Tradescantia virginiana, or maybe it's called Tradescantia Andersoniana Group. It was very striking right there on the corner. I think this is a guerilla planting, not an official Green Streets planting. Arthur Lee Jacobson has a very interesting article on spiderworts: Article - Spiderwort by Arthur Lee Jacobson [Edited: but this is Libertia, see Ron B's comment below] I posted this Rhododendron 'Martha Isaacson' for ID last year when my neighbour asked me about it; she reported yesterday that it's starting to bloom. It's outside the Parks Board office at the end of my street.