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VanDusen Garden
A living museum of plants, this spectacular 22-hectare (55-acre) botanical garden is considered one of North America’s top ten public gardens.
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Carol Stewart May 20
Azalea trail@Vandusen Botanical garden
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VanDusen Garden May 22
Sneak beak at these super cute ducklings spotted at this month! Did you know that mallard ducklings are able to swim as soon as they hatch?
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VanDusen Garden May 22
Our popular Seaweed Pressing Workshop is this weekend! Learn to press and preserve gorgeous seaweeds in a variety of colours, textures and sizes. Create three mounted specimens in a DIY plant press to take home. Register at
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Pamela Fayerman May 17
The magnificent Laburnum Walk is at its peak right now at VanDusen Botanical Garden. Best experienced early or late in the day.
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VanDusen Garden May 21
Replying to @reiterwriter
Yes, they still look lovely.
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VanDusen Garden May 21
See the beautiful avens (Geum 'Mango Lassi') blooming now in the perennial garden.
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Gardens BC May 20
Take a look at the laburnum or golden chain trees that are in full bloom at on Vancouver Island, and at in Vancouver, respectively!
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VanDusen Garden May 20
Look, but don't touch this fancy flower! Most parts of Iris japonica are poisonous. It's native to China and Japan.
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Paul Ingraham May 18
The next blast of spring is this azalea panorama. This is just a small slice of ’s “Azalea Trail.”
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VanDusen Garden May 18
Our next Preschool Storytime session takes place in our library next Wednesday, May 23 from 10:00 to 10:45 am and includes reading, action songs and a craft project. This month's theme is "Living Ponds". Learn more and register at
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VanDusen Garden May 18
Owl sightings are fairly common at , particularly in quieter forested areas of the garden. Try to stay silent, keep your distance, bring binoculars and look carefully up in the trees and you might just spot one!
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VanDusen Garden May 17
Replying to @ryannunezz
We’re open every day with exception of Christmas Day. Tourism Challenge passes are valid any day, but do not provide access to special events.
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VanDusen Garden May 17
Find these cheery caucasian leopard's bane (Doronicum columnae) blooming now on Rhododendron Walk.
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VanDusen Garden May 16
Bright fuchsia bleeding hearts are blooming now. Find these stunning flowers near Heron Lake.
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VanDusen Garden May 16
'Eddie's White Wonder' hybrid dogwood certainly…
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VanDusen Garden May 15
opportunity! We are seeking a Special Event Coordinator for our upcoming Soil Sale. Contribute your time and talents in an impactful way for a well-respected charity while further developing skills leading teams of volunteers. Learn more at
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VanDusen Garden May 15
May VBGA Education News - Preschool Day Camp, Seaweed Pressing, Community news and more
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Maria May 14
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VanDusen Garden May 14
Vertical gardens can seem tricky to set up in an attractive and efficient way. Take some of the mystery out of the process and join Yael Stav this Wednesday, May 16th for an evening demonstration on how to create your own vertical garden! Learn more:
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VanDusen Garden May 14
Replying to @HelloBC
Thanks! We would love that and have provided permission via your link. 😊
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