I just saw this group of around 15 baby Snow Goose trees planted in Stanley Park, just east of the tunnel from Ceperley Playground. They weren't labelled, but our Parks Board contact, Bill Stephen, told our festival director that's what they are. I've read that the trees are supposed to bloom early, but they still have a few blooms now in late season. They're supposed to have an upright habit (planted that close together, I certainly hope they stay narrowly upright). The blossoms are white, around 2.5cm in diameter. The calyxes seem long; the sepals are serrated.