This garden in Stanley Park borders the pitch and putt golf course. Rhododendrons are featured, but there are lots of other plants - a magnolia path, and camellia path, several ornamental cherries, many perennials, some great clumps of Gunnera. Here are just a few rhododendrons in bloom. Nothing is labelled, but there is a document: https://vancouver.ca/files/cov/ted-and-mary-greig-garden-50-rhododendrons-of-interest.pdf, and I think for once that my plant of interest is in it. It fits the description for 'May Day' not only in its timing but the description is: " ...a curtain of red, its tabular campanulate flowers drooping in dense fan-like trusses. This plant also features attractive matte green leaves that have thick, fuzzy cinnamon brown indumentum on their undersides. 'May Day' has a rather dishevelled habit, and will grow wider than it will tall." I have posted Rhododendron calendulaceum at UBCBG in previous years. Surely that's what this deciduous azalea is, with its flame-looking buds and hairs on everything [edited, not it's not, see below]. I don't know what this yellow flowered azalea is. I guess I just like it because it's yellow and has hairy buds.