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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by 1950Greg, Mar 27, 2010.
Lots of ‘Kanzan’ on 47th Ave and 197A St.
‘Shogetsu’ in full bloom today, April 24. It was a privilege to view them.
I was with @Willard today at the Temple grounds of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which we have not seen since 2019. Thanks to @Josie NewWest for nudging us to visit again. It's really amazing to see so many 'Shogetsu' all in one place. Most of the trees were in full bloom, yet the ones on the east side still have a lot of buds (fourth photo), so there is still time to see them.
This site does has one contribution for the (1) Magical two-tone trees | UBC Botanical Garden Forums thread. Even though the 'Shogetsu' flowers are white and the rootstock flowers are white, it's still eligible.
Lots of pink snow on 211A street. ‘Kanzan’ on both sides os street from 85 Ave to 86A Ave.
Gets my vote for a Festival Favourite.
How often do you see a trio of ‘Shiro-fugen’, ‘Kanzan’ and ‘Ukon’?
Lots of trees still blooming at Alex Hope School in Walnut Grove, including a fine pair of ‘Ukon’.
Pair of stately 'Shiro-fugen' at Ecole des Voyageurs on 216 St, south of 88 Ave in Walnut Grove.
I was assigned the 'Shiro-fugen'. They're the ones on the left in the first photo.
'Okame' on 53Ave & 198aSt, Langley
'Accolade' on 54Ave &203ST, Langley
'Accolade' on Willowbrook Dr.200 ST, Langley
' Akebono on 196St & Hwy10, Langley
'Okame' on 53Ave & 198aSt, Langley
Whitcomb at 6285 205ST , Langley
'Akebono' at 203ST & 53Ave Langley
'Akebono' at Douglas Park, Langley
'Akebono' at Park Ave (The Place on Park Ave. Apartment), Langley
'Shirotae' on 56 Ave & Eastleigh Cre., Langley
'Tai-haku', 'Shirotae' on 54 Ave & 203 ST , Langley
'Akebono' @ Douglas Park
'Ama-no-gawa' on 56Ave& 208ST
'Accolade' on 205ST & 52 Ave on private property
Kanzan on Fraser Hwy & 204St
@May Lin, thanks for catching up on these postings! They're all we have for this neighbourhood for this year.
'Shogetsu' at 20370 82 Ave (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints parking lot)
'Kanzan' at Linwood Park
'Kanzan' on 53Ave & 203 ST
'Kanzan' on 201A ST & 54 Ave
'Kanzan' on 201 A ST & 54a Ave
'Kanzan' on 204 ST & 53Ave
'Kanzan' on 200 ST & 56Ave
'Shirotae' on 201A ST & 54 Ave
'Shirotae' on Michaud Cre. & 201A ST (Private parking lot)
'Ama-no-gawa' at the corner Fraser Hwy. & 201A ST
Kanzan, 'Shiro-fugen' on 200ST &57a Ave
'Kanzan', 'Ukon' , 'Shiro-fugen' on Fraser Hwy. & 200ST
'Shiro-fugen' on Michaud Cre. & 201A ST
'Kanzan','Tai-haku', 'Shirotae' on 54 Ave & 203 ST , Langley
New, not on cherry map
'Ama-no-gawa', Kanzan on 204 ST& 54Ave (Langley Lodge Parking lot)
'Rancho'? at Linwood Park
I'm sorry, I can't say anything nice about these trees. That looks like a ridiculous grafting job, and they're in a park, with all that room. They could have planted 'Shirotae' or 'Shiro-fugen' that would stretch out till forever and enjoy having all that space with no need to ever be pruned. And they'd provide shade. Why plant 'Rancho' trees in a setting like this? These are making me grumpy. Maybe with any luck the rootstock will take over and they'll become nice mazzard cherries.
You correctly named the photos all 'Shiro-fugen', which is what you called them on the map, so I edited your posting to call them that. These are nice and showy. I have made them a Festival Favourite.
There are two different places, and Cherry tree
Willowbrook Shopping Centre
New construction cherry trees were removed from parking lot. Last year here is one Afterglow, but they also removed. Also they removed Rancho near to building. There No more Afterglow cherry and Rancho at Willowbrook Shopping Centre now.
There are some Akebono, Shirotae, more than 80+ Kanzan, 10+ Shiro-fugen at Willowbrook Shopping Centre.
Shiro-fugen at Willowbrook Shopping Centre