Sunflower Season Is Just Around The Corner, And This ATL Field Is Blooming Marvelous

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Sunflower Season Is Just Around The Corner, And This ATL Field Is Blooming Marvelous

Get the perfect pictures at this stunning sunflower field in North Atlanta.

A forty minute drive from Atlanta is a gorgeous sunflower field, perfect for a picturesque escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Snap incredible Instagram pictures, or plan the perfect date night, with a trip to The Anderson’s Sunflower Farm in Cumming.

Sunflower season begins in July, and only lasts for 7-10 days. Being prepared is essential for bagging some incredible pictures or memories with this stunning sunflower field, and Georgia gem!

Credit: Anderston Family Farm

At The Anderson’s Sunflower Farm, seeds are planted each May and take approximately 60 days to fully bloom. They always aim to open to the public mid-July, staying open for a couple of weeks depending on the flowers.

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There has been no announcement yet for the 2021 dates, but here at Secret Atlanta, we’ll make sure to keep you posted and updated. Or follow them on Facebook, where fans of the farm are patiently waiting for the grand re-opening dates.


Credit: Anderston Family Farm

There is a $20 parking fee per car, no matter how many passengers arrive. You can also pick-up fresh sunflowers if you don’t wish to partake in the field. The sunflowers available for purchase come at a reasonable $1 per stem, which you can even cut yourself!

You can find The Anderson’s Sunflower Farm in Cumming, at 3360 Shiloh Rd, GA 30040.

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