Metro Atlanta sunflower farm is now open for visitors

Besides being beautiful, sunflowers are highly attractive to pollinators. CONTRIBUTED BY WALTER REEVES
Besides being beautiful, sunflowers are highly attractive to pollinators. CONTRIBUTED BY WALTER REEVES

Anderson's Sunflower Farm in Cumming is now open to visitors daily

Nothing says summertime like rows of blooming sunflowers. And a metro Atlanta sunflower farm is now open for visitors.

The flowers are in full bloom at Anderson's Sunflower Farm in Cumming and the farm is open to visitors daily.

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The farm will remain open from 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. until the flowers begin to wilt, which is typically about 7-10 days, according to a Facebook post from the farm.

Admission to see the flowers is $20 per car, which allows visitors to walk around and take pictures.

The farm also welcomes professional photographers who are taking photos of clients. However, the photographers must pay $40 per paid session.

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You can also take a piece of the farm home with you. For $1 per cut, you can cut your own sunflower or visit the farm’s pre-cut section.

To adhere to social distancing guidelines, the farm says visitors should plan to remain six feet from other groups at all times.

More information on visiting the farm at 3360 Shiloh Road, Cumming, can be found on its website.

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