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Happiness is a sunflower

Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow. It’s what sunflowers do.”
– Helen Keller

I want to be like a sunflower so that even on the darkest days I will stand tall and find the sunlight.”
– Unknown

I dare you to not grin from ear to ear when visiting a sunflower field!

Everybody loves a sunflower field. SCDNR has reported the fields that they planted to attract doves during the hunting season, this summer hosted many family groups and bloggers snapping their faces next to the beaming flowers.

Sunflower fields popular with bloggers, families

Charleston’s Post and Courier wrote “While both doves and hunters depend on the fields, it’s brides-to-be, couples and families who are taking advantage of the yellow and green backgrounds as growing season backdrops for lasting memories. “

Mount Pleasant’s Boone Hall’s sunflower fields will make you say “Wow!”

Now Boone Hall’s fields are putting on a show and according to Mt. Pleasant’s own ABC News 4

 

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The news outlet reports:

“The field, located along Highway 17, replaces the old one on Long Point Road.

Visitors can check in at the Boone Hall Farms Roadside Produce Stand before entering. The stand sits a half-mile north of Long Point Road on Highway 17.

Field hours run Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Friday through Sunday as a “value-added addition” to the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch.

Admission is $5 per group and sunflowers can be picked at $2 per stem. Clippers will be available for picking at the stand.”

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