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Sunflower Maze(s) On The Way!

Posted 5/15/2018 10:00am by L&A Family Farms.

We're excited to be growing the sunflower maze once again in 2018, and we had so much fun last year that we have SIX different sections planned for this summer!

We were able to get in the field and plant the first section last Saturday (May 12), so it'll take approximately 60 days for those sunflowers to reach the blooming stage, pending weather conditions.

Our goal is to plant one of the remaining sections every two weeks, which will hopefully extend our season through most of the month of July and into August. Each section is roughly five acres, so they will be similar to last year's maze.

To stay up to date on the latest sunflower maze happenings and to keep track of when they'll be ready, be sure to visit our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages!

We will also be updating the maze timeline and providing additional information as it becomes available on the Sunflower Maze page.

6 Comments »
Erlinda said,
5/17/2018 @ 10:48 am
We will be visiting you this may 20, 2018 are the sunflowers still in full bloom.
L and A Family Farms said,
5/17/2018 @ 12:09 pm
Hi Erlinda, we're really glad that you are planning to visit us! Unfortunately though the sunflowers won't be in bloom until later in the year since we were only able to plant them recently. We are hoping that they will be blooming around the first week of July. If you would like to stay updated though, we like to keep everyone informed about the maze with posts on our face book page through out the year. Hope you can make it out to see us!
Becky said,
6/9/2018 @ 6:55 pm
Would end of June be ok to visit to see the sunflowers?
Becky said,
6/9/2018 @ 6:58 pm
Just saw first week in July!! Sorry!!
Linda K Hudson said,
6/23/2019 @ 8:07 am
Interested in you sunflower maze. Could you send info when ready? Thank you
L&A Family Farms said,
6/24/2019 @ 8:21 am
Linda, you can check on the progress of the maze by visiting lafamilyfarms.com/sunflower-maze
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