Moore Farm Fresh Produce – SUNFLOWERS

We currently grow two acres of sunflowers each year.  The flowers grow about one metre tall and are generally in full bloom in early March for about three weeks depending upon the weather.  The flowers are not a florist/cut flower variety; we grow the flowers to harvest the seed at the end of the season to feed to our animals on the farm.  Due to a high number of enquiries about photo opportunities in the sunflowers were are opening the paddock to the general public to come and have photos taken amongst the flowers.  Please complete the enquiry form in order to reserve a time and date to enter the paddock. Please note this is an enquiry form only.  Due to the nature of farming and weather we will not be confirming bookings until the sunflowers are about to bloom.  Please also note that due to public liability, bio security and OH&S reasons, no one is to enter the paddock without prior arrangement.

Thanks also to Andrew Cooney for taking such a stunning video of last years crop.

 

 

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