The Dahlias of Bramwell

Our strolling down the sidewalks of Bramwell was detoured by a marvelous garden.

There was a row of dahlias shamelessly showing off right there next to the sidewalk.

You couldn’t expect me to waltz right by without stopping to meet them.

Thomas Edison was closest to the gate. I barged in like a blogger gone mad.

There were some show-stoppers that I needed to know the names of for future purchases.

Harold Brown, the pianist and gardener, informed me that these beauties came from Old House Gardens in Ann Harbor, Michigan.

Andries’ Game
Kelvin Floodlight
Old Gold
Preference
I must ask Harold Brown about this beauty’s name. (Requiem?)
Wisconsin Red

When flowers are involved, the Flower gets a bit brazen.

FLOW

10 thoughts on “The Dahlias of Bramwell

  1. As a gardener, I don’t mind people stopping to ask me about a plant in my yard. I assume other gardeners feel the same.
    Kevin Floodlights has been gracing my dining room table the past couple weeks. My first dahlia, but certainly not my last. I’ve been bitten by the dahlias bug.

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