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FRIENDSHIP DEEPLY ROOTED: Diverse display by sunflowers

July 25, 2014

Two Columbia City friends grew sunflowers from the same seeds, but with different results. (Left) Carolyn Manning stands next to her plant which is almost 15 feet tall. Natalie Harker stands with a considerably smaller plant.

COLUMBIA CITY — When Natalie Harker gave her best friend Carolyn Manning a couple extra sunflower seeds, neither one thought anything extraordinary would happen. However, as the weeks went by, and the sunflowers grew, it became apparent that Manning had planted some rather extraordinary seeds.

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