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Lawrence area farm taking a break for storm cleanup


LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — A regionally popular farm east of Lawrence known for flowers, vegetables and its fall pumpkin patch plans to close for the month of August to clean up after a May tornado that took out a machine shed, the butterfly house and five of the farm's seven greenhouses.

The 40-acre Pendleton's farm is a mainstay at the Lawrence Farmers' Market and popular with restaurateurs in the Kansas City area.

At this time most summers, Karen and John Pendleton would have seeded the nectar in the butterfly house, started preparing for the annual pumpkin patch and begun preparing for sch...

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