Galloway Farm ‘Selfies in the Sunflowers’ Gallery

Sunflower swing
One of many beautiful props to pose on at Galloway Farm.

It’s a beautiful day at the Galloway Farm in Hallsboro. The honey bees are buzzing in the sunflowers, and the butterflies are taking a long drink in the zinnias. Folks are coming from near and far to enjoy the splendor of all these floral beauties and nab a picture or two along the way on some of the props in the field.

Tickets are on sale now for $8.50 each, and spots can be reserved until Sept.18. Sunflowers for picking are $1 per stem, buy 5 and get 1 free, buy 10 and get 3 free, or you can fit as many as you can into one of the farm’s buckets for $25. Zinnias for picking are $25 per quart jar filled with your choice of flowers.  Be sure to bring your own shears for cutting.  

For more information about the event, visit Galloway Farm, Home of the Maze Craze, is located at 370 Artesia Road in Hallsboro.

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