I do have a question about some of these trees One of the last to bloom in Vancouver, Shirofugen can be a large-size wide-spreading deciduous tree with a flattened spreading crown. The deep pink buds open pale pink, turning to spectacular double white flowers 5cm wide hanging in long drooping clusters accented by young bronzy foliage emerging at the same time. The flowers with 20 - 36 petals bloom for a week or more and finally fade to a pink-cerise colour, as the leaves turn green. Can grow to 8.0 meters high and wide. I'm quite sure that the first photo shows Shirofugens. The other trees are much larger, and the ones entirely under cover have very green leaves. Even so, they all looked like the same tree to me. Now I'm not sure which trees the blossom photo comes from. Are they all Shirofugens, in which case my blossom photo is fine, or should I start over?