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Berryton KS News

Aug 10, 2017

In bloom: Sunflowers in Berryton field ready for visitors

June 15 to promote his you-pick strawberry patch at Berry Hill UPick Farm, 5950 S.E. Croco Road in Berryton. He expected them to bloom about Aug. 15, 60 days after planting.The sunflowers will probably be in full bloom for about five to 10 days, Shively said. He expects that many people will come out to the farm for photos.“Once somebody finds out about it, everybody’s going to probably know, and then they’re just going to be out here to beat the band,” he told The Topeka Capital-Journal previously.He asked that visitors be careful coming and going from the property and respect property lines by not parking in driveways. Professional photographers who will be making money from a photo shoot are asked to put money in a donation box. Because the field is a small one this year, Shively asks that people refrain from cutting the sunflowers, although if they do, they are asked to pay $1 per sunflower.Shively said that if the venture goes well, he will plant sunflowers on more of his acreage next year. (Topeka Capital Journal)