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You Can Stroll Through A Massive Field Of Sunflowers In Ontario This Summer

This summer, you need to visit Davis Feed's dreamy sunflower field in Ontario. The giant garden of golden flowers is the ultimate spot to go to with your friends.

David Feed is in Caledon, Ontario, which is an hour drive from Toronto. Every year they grow between 30 to 50 acres of sunflowers that you can visit in the summer! To give you an idea of how big the sunflower garden is, it is at least the size of 22 football fields!

The sunflowers at David Feed typically bloom in July to early August, but it depends on the weather. When the sunflowers are in bloom, the fields are open to the public. Additionally, they have a super cute pink couch next to the flowers that you can pose on too!

While visiting the farm, there will also be a little marketplace of local vendors selling vegetables, flowers, and homemade ice cream! David Feed has also partnered with a local yoga instructor to offer Sunflower Yoga nights that sound amazing too.

There is a $10 per person admission to visit the sunflower fields at David Feed. One dollar from every admission ticket is donated to the Canadian Celiac Association. 

When visiting the sunflower field at David Feed, please be considerate not to trample on the flowers. For more information about visiting David Feed, visit their website.

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