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Whittaker Flower Farm


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Whittaker Flower Farm If You Love Flowers, You'll Love the Farm!

Come to the Whittaker Flower Farm in Olathe, Kansas and you'll find a field of flowers...six acres, to be exact. Everything from old fashioned Zinnias to exotic Leonotis (Lion's Ear). Over 125 varieties of flowers and herbs to choose from. Cut flowers all summer. Visit the fall pumpkin patch.

If you are a professional photographer and would like to take advantage of the unparalleled beauty that acres of living color can afford your subjects, please call us for a personal tour. We've got fields of flowers, a tranquil pond and woodland scenery to accommodate your needs.


Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Apr.-Oct. Closed Mondays. Call for arrangements.
Address: 15855 W. 183rd St. (2 1/2 miles east of Hwy. 169, 4 1/2 miles west of Hwy. 69 on 183rd)
Phone: 913-592-3229
Our Website:www.whittakerflowerfarm.com

Come visit us in Olathe, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Ensor Farm Historical Site and Museum

The barn at the Ensor Farmsite and Museum was constructed in 1890 of rough sawed lumber and wooden pegged beams houses displays of various farm hand tools, school shop projects and other items reflecting the diverse interests of the Ensor family. The architecture of the farmhouse built in 1892

Olathe, KS Museums

Lone Elm Campground

Three miles south of Olathe on Lone Elm Road, on the main branch of the Santa Fe Trail, was the site of a spring (now enclosed in a small well)

Olathe, KS Landmarks

Ernie Miller Nature Center & Park

Enjoy this 113-acre park with three hiking trails, an education center, and an outdoor amphitheater where you can observe owls, hawks, and an indoor/outdoor beehive.

Olathe, KS Nature Centers

William J. Mara Museum - KS School for the Deaf

The Kansas State School for the Deaf is the oldest state educational institution in the State of Kansas. The School was founded by Philip A. Emery, a deaf man who had been a teacher at the Indiana School for the Deaf from 1854 to 1860

Olathe, KS Museums

Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm

J.B. Mahaffie purchased a 160-acre tract of ground 1-mile north of the town of Olathe, Kansas along the Santa Fe Trail in 1857. In 1863, J.B. and his wife, Lucinda Mahaffie, contracted to run a stagecoach stop. Serving meals in their cellar, the Mahaffies operated their business until around 1870

Olathe, KS Museums

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