The new year has passed, and spring will be upon us before we know it. For Floridians, that can mean some not-so-great things, like pollen and humidity, but it also means a return of the most beautiful wildflowers. And at Southern Hill Farms, you can actually pick your own peaches, berries, and wildflowers for just a $1 a flower!\nWhile temperatures in Central Florida are close to freezing right now, we can still dream about the colorful flora that awaits in March.\nAt Southern Hill Farms, there are over 120 acres of perennial plants, including 40 acres of blueberries, five acres of peach trees, and 68 acres of ornamental trees.\nDuring the Spring and Fall Festivals, the vibrant sunflowers and zinnias are available. During the months of March, April, and May the farm is open on Tuesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for blueberry picking.\nFor peach picking, they’re open Tuesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from about mid-April to mid-May.\nExact dates for sunflower and zinnia picking haven’t been announced yet but keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates.\nEach season, Southern Hill Farm’s field of sunflowers blossom in a range of colors, heights, and bloom sizes to choose from.\nView this post on Instagram 2019, taught me to live in the sunshine☀️💞 A post shared by ✨🌸✨🌸✨🌸𝓢𝓱𝓮𝓲𝓵𝓪🌸✨🌸✨🌸✨ (@ginoya_) on Dec 3, 2019 at 10:18am PST\nThere are actually five different sunflower species that they grow, including the dwarf variety with bright yellow petals and a black center, one that's golden-orange, and another with plum and cream bi-colored petals.\nThere's even a sunflower that has bronze, yellow, and purple petals, and of course your classic golden-yellow with the big brown center too.\nView this post on Instagram “And the yellow sunflower by the brook, in autumn beauty stood.” 🌻 William Cullen Bryant A post shared by Erin Dosher Weeks✨ (@_happilyerinafter) on Nov 17, 2019 at 7:32pm PST\nThe rainbow-colored zinnias come in a variety of shades as well, including red, orange, coral, lime, bright pink, white, and shades of yellow.\nDuring the Spring Festival, there is no parking or admission fee, but during the Fall Festival in October, there is a $20 admission fee.\nView this post on Instagram We'll be open this week, Tuesday through Saturday, May 22nd through May 26th, for blueberry and peach picking, weather permitting! Our spring u-pick season will be closed beginning Sunday, May 27th. Please check back on the day of your planned visit to ensure that we will not be closing due to inclement weather. Our Southern Hill Market and Sweets will be open, so be sure to stop by and stock up on all of your handmade Southern Hill favorites while you can! 📸 by @jessicajonesphotographs #loveyourlocalfarmer #southernhillfarms A post shared by Southern Hill Farms (@southernhillfarms) on May 21, 2018 at 3:48pm PDT\nDuring the Spring picking season, the Flowers range from just $1 for each zinnia to $2 per head for sunflowers. Guests even get a complimentary cup with water to help keep your flowers fresh.\nSoon enough spring will be sprung and we can go pick some.\nThankfully, our Sunshine State is full of gorgeous wildflowers here as well as at this hidden wildflower field in Orlando.\nSouthern Hill Farms\nPrice: $\nWhen: Season dates to be announced.\nAddress: Southern Hill Farms 16651 Schofield Rd. Clermont, FL\nWhy You Need To Go: Pick the most beautiful sunflowers and zinnias for super cheap at this local farm!\nWebsite\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.