|©Kathleen O'Brien, Jennifer Gleason, of Sunflower Sundries with Greg Orth in front of the Meeting House, Pleasant Hill|
They have been growing food without using chemicals since their first garden in 1972. For 21 years they have been a small family-run business in rural Kentucky. Operating on a small farm, they believe in local and cottage industry practices, meaning they employ their friends and neighbors and buy from local farmers and tradesmen. All of their fruits and vegetables are either grown on their farm or by local farmers with similar farming practices. When you buy their products you are receiving the highest quality products on the market and contributing to the local economy.