ELVERSON, Pa. — A field of sunflowers next to Please Wash Me Carwash is open to the public free of charge, according to the Berks-Mont News.

Owner Rick Frey began his sunflower garden six years ago because once the nearby corn field started growing, the carwash was hard to see, said the article.

Frey said they got a great response, and now he and two area farmers plant the flowers every year for the people. He does, however, hope people will stop to use the carwash’s services.

When people ask him how they can contribute, he tells them to donate to the Twin Valley Food Pantry.

Frey’s sunflowers have been used in people’s weddings, and people have taken pictures in the field. They have also painted them and cut them for their own use, noted the article.

“It’s just another open space for them to come to,” said Frey in the article. “Something different for them to do.”

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