May and June at Garry Point mean lupines in bloom. Meadows of lupines, in a purple wave, overlooking the mighty Fraser River. In May, the fields were flooded with purple.
By late June, the lupines are starting to fade but still beautiful.
The wild blackberries are in bloom and forming fruit along the river.
The beach pea, which is a wild sweet pea native to Lulu Island, is in full bloom right now, along the south beaches of Garry Point.
I have walked by these flowers for years, loving the colour but never really stopping to look closely and notice the shape of the flower, so clearly a "sweet pea" which is one of my favourite flowers.
Lots of summer wildflowers are beginning to pop up at Garry Point...looking forward to taking the time to look closely some more.