The rows of sunflowers in UP Diliman have become a popular selfie spot

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Enagaged couple Robby Mananquil and Maxene Magalona chose U.P. Diliman, the groom-to-be's alma mater, as one of the locations for their prenup shoot.


Have you been to the Diliman campus of University of the Philippines lately?

Try visiting it on Sundays, and you will find that aside from its academic oval, the naked statue of Oble, and the isaw, there's another reason why people have been trooping to this side of Quezon City since last month.

And that's to have a selfie with these sunflowers.


Making a portion of the University Avenue part of the "car-less oval" every Sunday has made posing with these iconic blooms safer and easier.


Some do it before or after their run. Some just happened to pass by and could not resist taking a snap with them. Some schedule a weekend with their squad.


But please, be careful during the picture taking.

One of the gardeners that PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) spoke to said the university spends around 250,000 pesos planting and maintaining them.

If you want these sunflowers to stay, handle each yellow bloom with TLC.

There's no entrance fee or whatsoever, but do not forget these two simple rules: Do not pick. Do not pluck.



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