Here is part of our group - for those of you who want to see the oldest parts of the cemetery start at the Yonge Street entrance - 3 blocks north of St. Clair station.
If you enjoy roaming about a cemetery, this one is set up carriage style - so you travel up and down and round curves and bends on an old road. Here you can see that our trees still have a way to go before they're filled it.
Liriodendron tulipifera 'Aureomarginatum' - must be very pretty in bloom.
A Malus that obviously didn't get the instructions about dressing for the weather.
Would have been grand to walk down below - will have to go back.
A very sweet little weeping Japanese cherry - would make a good small property tree.
The shock of this chartreuse Tilia was wonderful.
This is known as the Octopus Tree, a Laburnum - it is estimated at about 100 years of age - and has been cabled - an essential I'd think with our snow. It will be in bloom in about 2 weeks.
Here's a Picea glauca conica Dwarf Alberta Spruce that grow to about 3 meters or so for us...unless they start to revert.
Just had to capture a moment between showers and lightning - Frank's the one in the hat - he's got some sort of seed casing in his hands pulling it apart.
Magnolia acuminata - Cucumbertree Magnolia. I'd never seen these very cool green buds.