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Discussion in 'VCBF Neighbourhood Blogs' started by 1950Greg, Mar 27, 2010.
Lines of Kanzan + 1 Shirotae around Shortreed Community School, 27330 28 Ave, Aldergrove
2 Kanzan at 268 St & Fraser Hwy.
Several Kanzan trees on 271 St. between 29Ave & Fraser Hwy.
Kanzan at Aldergrove Community Arena and another one near corner.
Vanguard Secondary School, 3825 244 St(Fraser Hwy & 244St)
5 beautiful trees, 2 Shirofugen and 3 Ukon along Fraser Hwy on the school ground.
Along the west side of the building 3 Shirotae and several Kanzan.
The first tree is out of bloom. Accolade or Whitcomb?
Akebono faces 244St.
Beautiful Kanzan at Pacific Country Stables, 21852 16 Ave, Langley Twp
Several Kanzan at 16 Ave west from 232St.
Several Kanzan at 16 Ave west from 248St.
Kanzan along streets on both sides on 216 north from Fraser Hwy turning east on 52 Ave continue to 219aSt.
Several Amanogawa at St. Dunstan Anglican Church, 3025 264 St, Aldergrove
Several Kanzan near Bus Stop 57344 at 216St
Kanzan at 20389 Fraser Hwy
Kanzan at 56 Ave & Eastleigh Crescent
Several Amanogawa at Fraser Hwy & 201a St.
2Shirofugen at 216St & 50bAve
Several Kanzan at 51 Ave & 215a St.
Several beautiful Akebono around Township of Langley Fire Department Hall 6(Fraser & 222St)
W.C. Blair Recreation Centre
Line of Akebono on parking
Lots of Kanzan around Building
Several Akebono at parking lot at 200S t& 72ave
Several young Akebono at ne corner of Fraser hwy & 64 ave
Big akebono at 196b St. & 70 Ave.
@Willard and I have @Josie NewWest to thank for a spectacular day of cherry scouting today, particularly because she phoned me back right away when I emailed her to say that we could not find the trees she told me about at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 20370 82 Ave in Langley. It turns out that we were at a church building at 200 Street, but we wanted to go to the temple, which is up at 20370 82 Ave, just before 204 Street. I guess these 18 robust-looking trees have to be 'Shogetsu', with their fringe-edged petals and emerging bright green leaves. What gives me pause are the vigour of the trees, density of the flowers, the not overly long flower stalks (could be explained by the cold weather), and the not particularly large sepals.
Just to make me really uneasy about the ID are the sort-of bronze emerging leaves in the first photo here, but then all the ones I actually noticed at the time were green, photo below and above.
Detail of petal edges and sepals.
On our first attempt at finding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 20370 82 Ave we landed at 20030 82 Ave and found only two 'Kanzan'.
Fortunately Josie replied to our SOS and sorted us out.
This was an utterly uplifting experience for me. I will never forget it.
Many thanks to Josie for the heads up!
And always, thanks to Wendy Cutler for sharing her passion for cherry blossoms.
On our way to 10198 Allard Cr in Langley we spotted this old 'Kanzan' in a rustic setting at Derby Reach Park. Very rustic.
Private home at 10198 Allard Cr with 'Kanzan' visible from road.
'Kanzan' at the Historic Fort Langley Cemetery on Glover Road. Est 1881
'Kanzan' in rural setting on Allard Cr at Houston Rd.
Location : 4695 224 St
Lon : -122.60354467443011
Lat : 49.08777857757228
Please advise what species are these flowers