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  • Thousands of sunflowers attract crowds along Neuse River Greenway

    Video: The annual sunflower display brings steady traffic to a remote area of Wake County southeast of Raleigh. Flowers are in full bloom and are expected to last three weeks. (Aerial footage courtesy of MoZo Video Services)

Video: The annual sunflower display brings steady traffic to a remote area of Wake County southeast of Raleigh. Flowers are in full bloom and are expected to last three weeks. (Aerial footage courtesy of MoZo Video Services) Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Video: The annual sunflower display brings steady traffic to a remote area of Wake County southeast of Raleigh. Flowers are in full bloom and are expected to last three weeks. (Aerial footage courtesy of MoZo Video Services) Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Move fast flower fans, this greenway trail’s sunflowers are here for a short time only

July 07, 2017 4:46 PM