LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) – There are rows of sunflowers and zinnias at Petite Anse Farm in New Iberia, but they’re not just meant to be seen. The hardy flowers adapted to the heat of southern Louisiana summers are here to be picked.
Farm owners and operators Andrew “Andy” Graycheck and his wife, Jennifer, hand visitors scissors and a black bucket, explaining what species of plants they will find on the acres ahead of them.
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