These are the Burrard Station 'Akebono' trees now. I've told friends who return to Toronto next week that they will see them in bloom on March 4, the day before they leave. If that comes true, it will have been only two weeks from first blossom to open. They certainly look ready to pop, and the weather report is for a few days of sun and 10-13 degree temperatures. This location is usually the second to bloom in the city, but a few blocks down Hastings street, at Broughton, the trees are at pretty much the same stage. This branch is mostly open, but the rest of the tree and the other trees on this block are not open yet.