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Peonies still popular for Kansas farm

publication date: Mar 31, 2006
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Imagine, if you can, hundreds of
people coming up your driveway each spring, money in hand, eager to buy your flowers. Some buy up to 40 bunches, and most buy five to 10 bunches—at $9 per bunch.
That’s the typical Memorial Day weekend at Sunnydale Spring and Peony Farm in Valley Center, Kansas, owned by five members of the Jackson family.



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