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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by Mayling Chang, Mar 16, 2008.
Lots of Akebono in the area Woodhurst Dr, Meadowood Dr.
Area Woodhurst Dr, Meadowood Dr.
Great Umineko cherry at Wilderness Ct.
Several Akebono on Baxter and Production Way and near East Lake Dr.
Many young Akebono on playground near Cameron Recreation Complex
Several Shirotae at North Rd. north from Cameron St.
Shirotae at Goard Way & Willingdon (BCIT)
Beautiful Akebono at William east from Willingdon
Hope next year we can take pictures in proper time and make this spot favourite.
Just great Akebono at Alpha south from Hastings
Many Akebono on the north side of Hastings St. west from Hythe.
Fell Street north from Hastings planted with Rancho
Lots and lots of Akebono on west or both sides along Inlet Dr. Nice view for drivers.
Ukon tree near Old Orchard Park in Burnaby.
Several young Kanzan along Marine Way and Market Crossing.
Georgia St from Gilmore in both directions east and west lined with Akebono or maybe Somey-yoshino. Trees are quite old and out of bloom but maybe next year we can catch bloom in proper time.
Tried to catch some flowers, but very high or on the ground or looking not good at all :(
Amanogawa at back line of Hastings & Macdonald Ave.
3 Shirotae at Frances near Gilmore
Nice green spot with Akebono, Kanzan and probably Pandora at Frances & Macdonald.
Kanzan, nice Avium and 3 gorgeous Taihaku at Albert St. east from Gilmore.
Several Kanzan and one Shirotae at Oxford & Gilmore
Akebono on McGill St. east and west of Gilmore Ave. Hope somebody would visit this spot next year in proper time
Several Spire at William west from Gilmore
Several Amanogawa on the south side of Lougheed Hwy east from Boundary RD.
There are although several Kanzan.
Line of Akebono or Somei-yoshino at William east of Gilmore
Kanzan at Union west from Gilmore.
'Pink Perfection' on Patterson, north of Mayberry. Still looking good today.
There are also two 'Shirotae' at the same location. Finished.
@jkolba photographed the 'Kanzan' on this street when they were in bloom. I discovered them for the first time yesterday evening, was very excited, as that must be a kilometer stretch of trees.
I did see three of the 'Shiro-fugen' in the mix.
One block south, on Clinton, at Clinton Elementary, there are two 'Kanzan' at Buller, one 'Kanzan' at Yule and a 'Shiro-fugen' and I think 'Akebono' at Plum.