The weather has been cool here, but it has kept the flowers on the shrubs longer. Have a look if you are here at this Laburnum (Golden Chain Tree).
A flame in the distance. Laburnum x watereri ‘Vossii’
This other light in the respectful cool overcast morning is a Quercus robur var. concordia (Yellow English Oak).
To find these lovely trees and more purchase a map at Horticultural Hall in Halifax Public Garden. The profits go toward restoration programs underway in the Garden. You can also send a question about the location of these trees and I will think up a good hint. Age appropriate for young and older wiser folk.
Come visit Nova Scotia. It is lovely.