We’re well on the way to one of the warmest springs in recent memory. A number of plants flowered three to four weeks early.
Notwithstanding an unexpected plunge into freezing temperatures, most spring-flowering plants in the Botanical Garden will be three weeks to a month early this year.
Some people feel that February is a good time for a vacation, given the unreliability of Vancouver’s winter weather.
One of the joys of the Botanical Garden in January is the unexpected fragrance of winter flowers.
November is a time when garden plants often descend into subtlety. Without frost and dry weather, the spectacular foliage displays begin to diminish.
While this year’s autumn colours will no doubt be worth admiring, because of the hot, dry summer, most leaves are exhibiting sign of stress…
One of the most frequently asked questions at the Botanical Garden is “where are the flowers?”
If visitors are looking for flowers in the Botanical Garden, August is an ideal time to drop by.
Visiting the Botanical Garden in July is often a singular pleasure. When the temperatures finally rise to something resembling summer heat…