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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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Fall has officially arrived & soon scenes like these from & will too.
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California fuchsia (Epilobium canum) is known to attract hummingbirds. See its bright flowers near Heron Lake.
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VanDusen Garden Sep 21
30 date ideas for under $30 including VanDusen Botanical Garden!
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VanDusen Garden Sep 20
Chinese chives are blooming now at ! Try them in this tasty dumpling recipe from
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Jacqueline™ Sep 19
It may be raining but the is still glorious in the rain. Smells so fresh!
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Vancouver Courier Sep 15
Mark your calendars seniors: Popular Lifetime Seniors Talks + Tables back at VanDusen Garden Sept. 20
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VanDusen Garden Sep 19
Joe-Pye weed (Eutrochium maculatum) is native to North America and has fragrant pink that attract butterflies.
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VanDusen Garden Sep 18
Visiting a botanical garden is like going on a treasure hunt with ever-changing gems at every turn! Pictured: Osteospermum
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Randall St. Germain Sep 14
Colours of Summer... featuring lilies and more at VanDusen Botanical Garden in Vancouver, Canada 😄
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Randy Majors Sep 16
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VanDusen Garden Sep 16
Hardy begonia is a late bloomer that produces beautiful flowers and foliage!
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VanDusen Garden Sep 15
Attract butterflies to your garden with the pretty pink flowers of stonecrop (Sedum 'Mr Goodbud').
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VanDusen Garden Sep 15
Today! Duets: The Dance of Symbiotic Relationships exhibition opens at 3pm . Check it out from 10am-5pm daily until Oct 30.
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Vancouver Happenings Sep 14
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VanDusen Garden Sep 14
The spindle tree (Euonymus planipes) produces crimson-coloured fruit that split to reveal vibrant orange seeds in late summer/early Fall.
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Truffles Fine Foods Sep 13
Our cafe; where everybody knows your name.
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VanDusen Garden Sep 13
Did you know that many flowers only last up to 1 day? These beauties are blooming at this week.
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VanDusen Garden Sep 13
Pre-orders now available for our annual fundraiser: soil manure and compost @$5 /20L bag! Order by Sept 24 at
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VanDusen Garden Sep 12
this week? Many varieties of coneflowers including the Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinstern' Ruby Star.
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