You Can Take A Road Trip From Atlanta To Visit This Massive U-Pick Daffodil Farm

Only 30 cents per stem!
You Can Pick Flowers In South Carolina Now At This Daffodil Farm

It may not be springtime in Atlanta just yet, but that doesn't mean that you have to wait all the way until March to find some fun spring activities. That's especially true when it comes to picking gorgeous spring flowers. If you are willing to take a road trip, you can find a spot to pick flowers in South Carolina.

One location that already has blooms coming in is U Pick Daffodils in Bluffton, South Carolina, only four hours away from Atlanta. Daffodils usually start blooming in the spring, but since the weather has been so warm in the area lately, they are coming up a bit early. That gives you the chance to brighten your home with these stunning yellow blooms.

The farm's hours of operation depend largely on the weather and the availability of flowers, so keep an eye on their Facebook page so you can decide when to visit. However, the farm is generally open on the weekends, which is perfect if you're planning a road trip.

Daffodils typically bloom for about two months, so even if you can't make it up there right away, you have some time to decide on a weekend when you can get away for a bit.

Prices at this farm are pretty reasonable, as you'll pay just 30 cents per stem. If you want to purchase pre-picked daffodils, you can get a bunch of 20 for $6.50.

If you can't make it all the way to South Carolina, you'll love that you can visit a lavender farm in Georgia instead. And if you'd rather pick something edible, you can head to this massive berry farm, which is also in state.

If you're ready for all the spring vibes, this daffodil farm may just be worth the drive.

U Pick Daffodils

Price: Free, $0.30 per stem

Address: 48 Calhoun Plantation Rd., Bluffton, SC

Why You Need To Go: You can pick your own gorgeous blooms early this year!

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