In Living Here this month we have been taking you to Phelps and giving you a little taste of what life is like there. This week Amanda Ciavarri takes us to stop and smell the sunflowers.
This sunflower farm in Phelps started as just four acres in 2000, and has bloomed ever since.
"This year it is 26," said John Frederick Sr.
Frederick Farms also gives tractor rides through the thousands of sunflowers during the two week period they are in bloom each summer.
They've even had one woman come from as far away as Canada to come out and see the sunflowers.
"She drove 45 minutes from Canada, met some people in Buffalo and then came here from Buffalo."
Many of those who come to this Phelps farm are from right here... and Frederick says he sees hundreds.
"Last year was 300 and I'll never forget when there was 76 people lined up for the 6:30 ride."
And because of the popularity - the flowers here have become a common attraction for many different events in Phelps.
"I get asked to do hay rides for the Harbor Fest for Phelps and the Sauerkraut Festival, and we get a lot of good comments."
Frederick says it is all about letting his flowers brighten someone's day
"I love seeing people smile and be happy."
That's just one part of what it's like living here in Phelps.