You Can Pick Your Own Bouquet From An Endless Field Of Sunflowers In Texas
Wild Berry Farm is a beautiful place to stop and smell the sunflowers.
Texas has plenty of wonderful nature sights but none are as bright and sunny as this one. Wild Berry Farm in Sadler, Texas has one of the most beautiful fields of sunflowers where you can stroll through the fields, pick your own bouquet of flowers, and relax at their brand new cafe.
The gorgeous farm is just north of Dallas in Sadler, Texas. In the summertime you can visit the farm's countless acres of sunflowers and growing berry fields. Among the sunflowers, they also grow red sunflowers and zinnias. You can enter the field to pick flowers for just $2 per person.
You can feel free to visit the sunflowers all throughout spring and summer but bouquet picking stops in June. Photographers can also go in to take the most astonishing photoshoots for just $25. Visitors can go anytime during spring and summer but the farm recommends you visit during mid-June when everything is at full bloom to get the most out of your experience.
As mentioned before, the farm has a new cafe where you can stop by for breakfast and lunch. Everything they offer is grown on the farm so their menu changes depending on what ingredients happen to be in season. The super fresh cafe is now open so you'll have to check it out for yourself.
They do have farm animals such as sheep and goats that you can visit and have fun with but unfortunately, your own pets will have to stay home. The Farm Fun day passes are $5 which include digging fossils and feeding the catfish in the pond.
Currently, it is berry season on the farm and you can blackberries and blueberries for $4.50 a pound. You can also take your fresh pickings and bring your own snacks to have a picnic on the farm and relax.
The Wild Berry Farm located on 905 Crawford Rd. Sadler, TX. You can visit their website for more information here!
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