Woodbine, KS a small town in Dickinson County, KS Population 170 The town was founded in 1871 originally named Lyons, after a nearby creek. In 1887 renamed Woodbine, after a town in Illinois. The railroad also came thru in 1887, ceasing operation in 1980.
Beautiful zinnia garden
School was built 1909 – last graduating class 1962
Beautiful zinnias, knowing you had some I thought at first they might be in your flower garden.
I only wished that was my flower garden! I visited with the lady who lives there, I had thought maybe she left them for seed each year. She said that they clean it up every year and replant from new seeds. She uses a small PVC pipe with a funnel attached to the end and just walks along dropping the seeds in. They were SO beautiful!!