Garden Blog

October in the Garden 2022

Posted on November 4, 2022 by Garden Communications

October is often the best month to see berries and other colourful fruits in the Botanical Garden, and—hungry birds notwithstanding—2022 will go down as an impressive year for berry viewing.
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September in the Garden 2022

Posted on September 29, 2022 by Garden Communications

September is an excellent time for viewing mountain ashes and whitebeams, and 2022, like 2018 (when this article first appeared), is likely to be a banner year for their fruits in UBC Botanical Garden.
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August in the Garden 2022

Posted on July 29, 2022 by Garden Communications

UBC Botanical Garden has something for everyone in almost any season; August—high summer—is certainly no exception. Particularly, Hydrangeas are a big part of August’s charm in the Asian Garden, and there are plenty to admire. The western edge of Point Grey where the Botanical Garden is located benefits greatly from ocean breezes in the summer. We like to say that temperatures are always a few degrees cooler in the Garden than in the rest of Vancouver in summer. Our moderate climate not only allows for a wide range of plants to be grown, but cooler summer conditions often prolong both flowering and the longevity of individual flowers.
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Biodiversity Days 2022 Recap: Reflecting on our Celebration of Nature!

Posted on June 29, 2022 by ariel baena-tan

Read about the return of the Biodiversity Days experience series, and the fantastic participation and response from the community.
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July in the Garden 2022

Posted on July 25, 2022 by Garden Communications

Following on from the June blog, July in the Garden also describes a trail in the David C. Lam Asian Garden, and named garden spaces.
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