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On Labor Day, we went to see the dahlias at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, named for one William Bayard Cutting, a railroad magnate of the 19th century.

The flowers are shown every year and they are spectacular. Here are some of the ones I liked the best.

A 200 year old weeping beech; possibly the largest around. There are boardwalks and benches underneath it.The onetime "summer cottage" of the Bayard Cuttings; mow a 3000 acre arboretum.

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I thiiiink dahlias are one of the plants which are not good to eat; only good to look at.

I will try hard to resist them then, Auntie.


Good for you; stick with the well-known blooms.

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