I thought these might be Jo-nioi, or what's still being called Jo-nioi in that thread (I've heard mumblings about maybe renaming that one), but now I think not, unless the bract things are going to change as the blossoms age. These have spiky bracts around the petioles but the bracts around the peduncle don't look spiky, and both sets were spiky in Douglas Justice's Jo-nioi postings. I'm posting them early just in case Douglas wants to make plans to see them (for your own interest, Douglas, not for me). I thought they had a fragrance, but I'm very unreliable with fragrances. They all seem to have wiggly sepals, I'm posting the two locations together because they look the same to me. The first tree is at Chilco and Haro and has no open blossoms yet. These two are on the same property and I'm assuming they're the same. Last year I thought they were pruned, and maybe they were and I've just caught them before the pruning, or maybe they look like that. This tree is at the left side facing the property on the north side of the 1900 block of Comox. This tree is on the right side of the property.