Bristol Fleck Dahlia
Golden Gate Park Dahlia Garden
San Francisco, Ca
August 18th, 2014
"What a desolate place would be a world without a flower!
It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome.
Are not flowers the stars of the earth, and not stars the flowers of Heaven?"
Isn't that a beautiful dahlia? It is called Bristol Fleck. It is just one of the many varieties of the flower that has been planted in the Dahlia Garden (Dell) in Golden Gate Park, next to the Conservatory of Flowers! A project that was first planted back in the 1920's.
It's one of our favorite places in the park, and it's where we eat lunch at most often when we are in San Francisco! It's amazingly beautiful, and peaceful. Although, if you are lucky, you might be serenaded by the sound of bongo drums or a wandering musician playing his sax.
I love San Francisco, and Golden Gate Park.
And the Dahlia Garden.
I think this year I will begin an in-depth catalog of the gorgeous dahlias in the garden!
Mood: Quiet But Content