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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

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