Basehor resident generates flower backyard garden maze on family farm

Jeanette Klamm has created a cut flower garden and maze at her family’s farm.

When Jeanette Klamm’s sons graduated from Basehor-Linwood High College, it still left her with some unforeseen time on her arms. Always becoming energetic including serving as a USD 458 Board of Instruction member, Glenwood 4-H club leader, as effectively as other activities associated to her young children, Klamm began earning strategies to develop a reduce flower maze in her yard. She was encouraged by a gentleman in her Nebraska hometown who built a flower maze and opened it as an agritourism place.

After carrying out research, Klamm began developing the elevated beds and escalating seedlings destined for her flower maze less than lights in her basement commencing in January. Acquiring grown up on a farm, earning an agriculture degree and now living on her husband’s fifth technology farm in southern Leavenworth County, she was looking to do something unique with the land that would appeal to persons who enjoy obtaining away from larger metropolitan cities.