Well, this is a little ambitious. I blame @Nina Shoroplova, whose new book Legacy of Trees - Purposeful Wandering in Vancouver's Stanley Park (Heritage House, June 2, 2020, 278pp) has a brief chapter on the Ted and Mary Greig Rhododendron Garden, with her own map of the trees from the Park's Board's https://vancouver.ca/files/cov/ted-and-mary-greig-garden-50-rhododendrons-of-interest.pdf document, with the trees listed in order by walking tour. Thinking this would be easy now, I set off right away, book in hand, to photograph them all, forgetting for a moment that I didn't know what they looked like, and more than half of them were finished blooming by now. Then I went back, got my Parks Board document so that I could see what they were supposed to look like and started over. My next discovery was that where the maps show two cultivars, there are six on the site, none of them of the colour I was expecting. And of course, in the however many years since the document was created, some of the trees have disappeared or been moved. Alas, I am into it now. My ultimate goal is to provide more than one photo of each of the rhododendrons in the Parks Boards "50 Rhododendrons of Interest", showing the habit, flowers, leaves and any other distinguishing feature. I would like for each to include the blooming month or months, so that a query on month in this thread will bring up postings of what's in bloom that month. I am inviting anyone with photos of the plants in this document to contribute postings. I will edit postings not made by me to have a standard first line. Clearly, this is a multi-year effort - what gets missed doesn't come around for another year. Oh well, here we go. Quoted text is from the Parks Board document linked to above. The locations map is the last page of that document.