‘Snow Tower’ Plants Bloom at Bloedel

By Scott McDonald | Garden News

Apr 19
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These rarely seen ‘Snow Tower’ plants won’t last long, so come quickly to see them!

April 19, 2019 – At over 3 meters tall, these 5 plants would be hard to miss, but they are not native to Canada; rather they come from the Canary Islands, and the western end of the mediterranean. The Bloedel Conservatory grew them from seed, and while spectacularly in height and colour, they are expected to flower only for the next two weeks.

“We expect this exotically beautiful tall plant will cause a lot of excitement among plant lovers,”

Vancouver Park Board Chair, Stuart Mackinnon

So, if you are serious about plants, hurry down to the Conservatory, because this snowy display is truly not-to-be-missed.

And if you do this weekend, consider taking in VanDusen Garden’s Eggciting Easter Hop!

For more detail information about this botanical display, read the City of Vancouver’s post: Spectacular flowering ‘Snow-Tower’ plant now at Bloedel Conservatory