You Can Cut Your Own Sunflowers At The Festive Kersey Valley Sunflower Extravaganza In North Carolina
Few things in life are sure to inspire a spontaneous smile quite like a sunflower field in full bloom. Considered a symbolism of admiration and loyalty, the sunflower comes in 70 species of both annual and perennial plants that comprise the genus Helianthus. The common sunflower was first grown in gardens in the Americas and if you agree that a field of them is sure to make you smile from ear to ear, then how about a 15-acre field of sunflowers in North Carolina?!
The season just wouldn’t be the same without an end-of-summer adventure to cut your own sunflowers in North Carolina. The Kersey Valley Sunflower Extravaganza takes place on Saturdays and Sundays only from September 17, 2022 through October 1, 2022 in Archdale, North Carolina.
Wondering where to find Archdale and how far it may be from where you are in the Tar Heel State? Maybe this will help: Archdale is 17 miles southwest of Greensboro, 27 miles southeast of Winston Salem, 77 miles northeast of Charlotte, 105 miles northwest of Fayetteville, and 167 miles northeast of Asheville.
While you’re nearby, swing over to Greensboro to pick up a scrumptious homemade pie from the Cherry Pit Cafe and Pie Shop!