This year, much of what we would expect to see in bloom in the garden in June has already begun flowering in May. In any case, we can still expect to see a wide range of flowers this month.
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PhD Candidate Ivana Zelenika, Dr. Tara Moreau, and Dr. Jiaying Zhao investigated the effectiveness of different interventions to reduce contamination.
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Daniel Mosquin captures the alluring atmosphere of Las Pozas sculpture garden.
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Douglas Justice and Andy Hill venture to Vietnam on their lastest collecting trip.
May brings a huge variety of plants into flower in the Botanical Garden.
Congratulations to Ryo Sugiyama, Curator of Nitobe Memorial Garden, on his appointment to the TomoeArts Board of Directors!
As many Vancouverites know, April is the month when the City celebrates the Cherry Blossom Festival.
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March is a tricky month for predicting flowers. The weather prognosticators have gotten a little better over the years, but predicting more than two weeks in advance can be a dangerous business.
Rhododendrons are one of the joys of the David C. Lam Asian Garden in spring. Although primarily planted with wild species, you can also find a number of hybrid selections.
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