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ArchivesCome and enjoy a 400 foot labour of love at the edge of Almonte

Come and enjoy a 400 foot labour of love at the edge of Almonte


The sunflowers at the home of Shirley and Al Potvin at 38 Carss Street in Almonte will peak in the next few days. Come wander the beautiful path of thousands of sunflowers of all different varieties, heights and colours.   Follow Union St North until it ends at Carss Street and turn left.   Watch for the pathway entrance beside the compost bin & sign which will lead you to a spectacular sunflower display. Bring a friend, bring the dog and be sure to cut a complimentary bouquet to brighten someone’s day.    Add a little sunshine to anyone’s life in need of  some TLC.  If you have enjoyed your visit, donations to the Hub Hospice are gratefully appreciated and can be placed in the “red pipe” at the end of the compost bin.  Enjoy!!

Sunflowers2 Aug 2015





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