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Erin Ellsworth judges sunflowers at last year's Sunflower Stroll. The sunflower growing contest for youths is back this year, as seeds are available at Tonganoxie Public Library.

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Late bloomers still can enter sunflower growing contest for youth; families also encouraged to plant sunflower to celebarte festival

The sunflower growing contest for the Sunflower Stroll has started, but there are still a few days to get involved in the fun. Youth up to the age of 14 are invited to participate in a sunflower growing contest. The rules are simple, but your strategies can be whatever you can dream up.

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Sunflower growing contest to start next week in Tonganoxie

The sunflower growing contest for the Sunflower Stroll soon will begin. Youth up to the age of 14 are invited to participate in a sunflower growing contest. The rules are simple, but your strategies can be whatever you can dream up.

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Sunflower seeds available now for Tonganoxie Sunflower Stroll contest; planting starts later

Labor Day weekend seems to be a long way off on the calendar. But in three weeks, it will be time to plant your sunflowers. Youth up to the age of 14 are invited to participate in a sunflower growing contest. The rules are simple, but your strategies can be whatever you can dream up. Participants will be planting black oil sunflowers this year, the very same type of seed that is grown by Grinter Farms. Planting can only occur on or after July 9.

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