Spring is the best time for seeing all the beautiful colors nature has to offer. For some places, these color waves continue throughout the summer months. For this flower farm in Virginia, their most colorful season is in the middle of the summer. 

Burside Farms in Nokesville, Virginia is a small town treasure that gains a lot of admirers from neighboring states. The massive land turns into a symbol for each season. 

For fall, the farmers have a plethora of pumpkins for the picking and sell handmade apple cider and freshley picked apples.

In winter, the farm is home to freshly cut Christmas trees that span from 3 feet to over 12 feet, along with wreaths, garland and even tree stands. 

The spring and summer months are the real showstoppers, as this is when the fields are filled with tulips and sunflowers. To add even more excitement to the season, the farm hosted many outdoor activities to add to the springtime vibes. 

While Burnside has been closed for the spring season and the tulips will be going away, they are scheduled to reopen July of this summer so everyone can get a chance to pick sunflowers and experience all the fun.

This summer, flower lovers will be able to play in the country's only sunflower maze and get lost in the tall stalks for a whole day. 

For those who want to take a few home, sunflowers are $1.50 per stem. There's also cosmos ($0.50 per stem) and gladisoluses and liatris ($1 per stem).

Admission into the farm is $8, and $15 for a Sun Pass if visitors are looking to re-enter the park throughout the season. 

Included in the admission ticket will be all the outdoor games and activities available including a bounce house, bubble stations, chalkboard messaging signs (for photos) and a few rounds of cornhole.

Summer is right around the corner, so keeping this gem in mind is a must. 

Burnside Farms

Price: $6 entry , $1.50 per stem

When: July 2020

Address: 11008 Kettle Run Rd., Nokesville, VA

Why You Need To Go: This farm in Virginia will open its doors this summer and everyone can enjoy the beautiful sunflowers and outdoor games.


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