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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by Nadia White Rock, Mar 18, 2012.
Ito-Zakura at 148aStr and 24aAve
On the East side of Southmere Crescent near 17Ave Beni-shidare Cherry tree
Could be the oldest Akebono in our area
Not any more
I cannot believe how these Akebono trees are grown up in 3 years, 26Ave & 158Str,
north side behind the building
east side of the building
how it looked 3 years ago
5 young Akebono at 158Str north from 26Ave
3Akebono at parking lot along 24Ave near 158Str
Shirotae at147aStr near 148Str
second photo April 18,2021
2 Akebono near school at 145aStr and 30Ave
2+ 1 Akebono trees at the corner of 145bStr and 29Ave
Beni shidare at the same location
Beautiful Beni-Shidare at 26Ave curving to Northcrest Dr
Snofozam very close to this tree
Several Akebono trees on both sides of 141Str from 29a Ave to 30aAve
Yae Beni Shidare at Semiahmoo trail near 30Ave
2 Akebono at 25Ave from 142Str.
2 Shirotae at 25Ave from 142Str
Yae-beni-shidare at the corner 18Ave and 129aStr
2 Beni-shidare and Yae-benishidare at Seacrest and Crescent Dr
Beautiful Shirotae among the Akebonos at 150bStr near 24Ave
The traditional walk following my dance group's Spring Equinox Ball was this year along the Nicomekl River just west of King George Highway. Just east of where the path comes out to Crescent Road is the Nico Wynd Golf Course and what I assume are condominiums. You can see a few of these trees from the path along the west side of the course. At the main entrance are around five big old trees, and a few younger ones. Farther east in the complex are another group of six or eight trees, and then there are a few more here and there around the complex. It's very lovely.
Visible from the turn into the Starbucks off King George Hwy, at the corner where 33rd Ave becomes a circle, is a single 'Tai-haku' in bloom. Actually, the flowers are just opening, so I didn't recognize it until I saw the dark leaves in the photo (though I should have realized what it was from the size of the flowers and petals).
This flower is 6.5cm across, has six petals and seven sepals.
Northcrest Dr. and 28 Ave, Shirotae just started in bloom
2 Akebono at KingGeorge, 97Ave
2 or more Yae-Beni-Shidare at the corner of King George and 88Ave. This is the view behind green fence.
Akebono at King George Blvd. near 77Ave
2 Shirotae at 77Ave(south side) west from King George Blvd.
2 more Shirotae started to bloom later at the same 77Ave(north side) west from King George Blvd.
2 Accolade at 77Ave north from King George Blvd
About 10 Shirotae at sw corner of 138Str & 72Ave
10 days later
Akebono on 32 Ave(walking pass) near Morgan Pl is still in bloom
1 Shirotae and 2 Akebono on 161aStr and 30Ave
Another nice looking Akebono at 161Str and 30bAve
2 Snofozam at 30bAve from 161Str