Nothing quite screams summer like blossoming flowers of golden hue. At this Alabama farm, The Sunflower Field will surround you in a sea of sunshine. With single stalks for $1 or a souvenir basket for $10, you can take home a bundle of summer without breaking the bank. With over 500,000 blooms across almost 25 acres, you can sink hours into this sea of sunflowers — and might even look forward to losing yourself in the moment.\nThe yellow flowers usually hit their peak between June and July, so add this Alabama gem to your summer bucket list!\nYou'll find this sunshiney spot just off of Alabama State Route 14, stretched along the highway. The gates to the property are left open specifically for visitors to come enjoy the beautiful blooms.\nIf you're not looking to head home with any flowers, you can even frolic for free, taking the best summery photos, and browse tasty fruits and veggies from their fresh produce selection.\nTodd Sheridan, the owner and farmer of the field, told AL.com in an interview that after an aerial photographer shared a video of his field from above, people started flocking to visit the flowers in person.\nView this post on Instagram 8.12.2018: “what makes you happy?” sunflowers as far as the eye can see. 🌻 • big thanks to @laurenrbecca for tagging along & taking some photos of me with my cameras 💛 shot by: @sweet_pea_memory 👒 styled & edited by: @thefreckledsunflower 🌻 * * * * #freckledsunflowerphotography #sweetpeamemory #lifestylephotography #artisticportrait #photography #portraiture #thesunflowerfield #canon #niftyfifty A post shared by emily fisher 💛 (@emmyfishh) on Aug 14, 2018 at 3:33pm PDT\n2020 will be the sixth year the Sheridan family has planted sunflowers, and the fifth year of them being open to the public. The stalks can grow up to six feet tall and also serve as a popular spot for proposals, senior portraits, and even maternity shoots.\nProfessional photographers can come and shoot at the property for just $20.\nSubmitted by Janet Taylor HandPosted by The Sunflower Field on Sunday, August 21, 2016\nIn addition to sunflowers, the Sheridans sell a variety of homegrown produce, which includes watermelon, cantaloupe, yellow squash, bell peppers, cucumbers, and much more. Nothing quite adds to a homecooked meal like fresh veggies.\nTodd starts planting seeds each May; since they bloom for about two weeks at a time, he separates them in two fields, which will open at different times.\nView this post on Instagram on your own is where your wildflowers grow, there’s no one else here to block their sun, but no one else can water them but you #butterfliesrising ~ just an emmy🐞bug hiding among the stems, what a happy place to sit & dabble with a #canonae1 👒 • shot by: @laurenrbecca of @sweet_pea_memory on my #canonrebelt3 with #niftyfiftylens #50mm 📸 edited by: @thefreckledsunflower 🌱 * * * * #freckledsunflowerphotography #sweetpeamemory #photography #wearingwroots #sunflowerfield #poetry #lifestylephotography #artisticportrait #portraiture #passionate #lightroom #photographer #shallowdepthoffield #canon #flowerfriends A post shared by emily fisher 💛 (@emmyfishh) on Aug 17, 2018 at 1:10pm PDT\nEnjoy the summer sun in a field of actual sunshine, and grab some fresh produce while you’re there! Bring your boo or BFF and you suddenly have an affordable day date.\nThe Sunflower Field\nPrice: $1 for single stalks, $10 for a basket\nAddress: 3301 Hwy 14 West Autaugaville, AL\nWhy You Need To Go: Grab sunflowers for $1, frolic in the field for free, and even grab some homegrown produce while you're at it!\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.