Happiness is a Field of Sunflowers

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Is there anything more cheerful than a field of sunflowers?

As kiddo and I slog through the frustration that is virtual school during a pandemic, taking the opportunity to wander through a giant field of sunflowers was a very welcome distraction. So much so, that we decided to go two weeks in a row.

It was amazing to see the change in the blooms just seven days later. On our first trip to walk through the sunflowers, about half of the flowers were open and we saw zero honeybees. But on week two, almost all of the sunflowers had bloomed and there were multiple bees on most of the blossoms. The farm we visited allows you to take a sunflower home with you, so we now have a little slice of sunshine on our kitchen table. 🙂

All photos taken in the field of sunflowers at Ed Dunneback and Girls Farm. Visitors are welcome to walk through the field each year for a small fee.

Want more sunflowers?
>Check out the photos from my sunflower visit in 2019


  1. sherry Burley says:

    Absolutely stunning! Your mom was telling me about that. We’d love to take our grandson next year. You’ll have to check out Anderson and a Girls Orchard and zoo someday. Love your posts!

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