Friday, July 23, 2010

They're Here!

Remember a few short months ago when our side yard looked like this?


A bunch of worthless lawn, it was.  Then, before we knew it, it looked like this.

 

Now, it's teeming with green, yellow and brown life.

 

 

This past week, my brother has started cutting and selling his sunflowers at the end of our driveway.  Aren't they gorgeous?

 



 


A bunch of 5 sunflowers costs $5.  They have been grown by the sun, soil, and rain only (no sprays) and they are pollen-free, so they won't drop yellow pollen dust all over your tablecloth.  If you're local and you're not sure where we live, give me a call.











I hear sunflowers calling your name.  You can hear them, too, can't you?

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13 comments:

  1. beautiful! i have no idea even what state you are in, but by the beauty of all your pictures i know its nowhere near me! lol
    i would totally be buying some if i was near-i can imagine how happy they would make my dining room!

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  2. Absolutely Gorgeous! I have some wild sun flowers covering our back pasture and while beautiful they pale in comparison to yours!

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  3. Aww...they are so CHEERFUL and full of SUNSHINE!! XXOO, Damaris

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  4. Your sunflowers are gorgeous. Do you deliver?

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  5. If I lived nearby I'd be plopping down my five dollars. They are so beautiful!

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  6. They are positively beautiful! Wow!! What a great way to make some money...I'm going to keep this in mind for my future homestead. I wish I lived nearby...my table needs a bunch of those BAD. :) Good job brother!

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  7. How amazing! This really has inspired me to try to use up some wasteful lawn space an amazing sunflower field. So pretty!

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  8. Awesome! I bet the kids love the sunflower forest!

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  9. Your sunflowers look amazing, I hope they sell well for you. My wife has always wanted to sell cut flowers.

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  10. I hear them! They're calling me! But I'm too far away. How sad, because I adore sunflowers. The view of your home must be spectacular right now. This has really inspired me for next year, but I would have to water them a bit. Rain is unheard of around here in the summer.

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  11. Love, love your sunflowers! Beautiful!

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  12. oh how pretty! They are the essence of high summer.
    For some reason, I thought he was growing them for the seeds, not to sell as flowers. I remember fields and fields of sunflowers in Germany - so absolutely beautiful.

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