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Fausett Farms sunflowers now blooming, in 6 photos
Fausett Farms' sunflower fields are now open for the 2019 season. - photo by Jessica Taylor

Fausett Farms is officially open for the 2019 season with more than 900,000 sunflowers for fall enthusiasts to enjoy. 

Fausett Farms’ sunflowers have been a hit in Dawson County since 2011 when it welcomed more than 30 acres of golden sunflowers, though the family farm has been operational since 1858.

Surrounded by mountain scenery, Fausett Farms boasts more than 900,000 sunflowers and offers miles of horse riding trails, mule-drawn wagon rides, barbecue and local honey.

Pets are welcome to enjoy the farm but must be on a leash.

Admission is $5 per person. Kids ages 5 and under are free. Professional photography is allowed at the farm for $35 per session.

The farm is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. Fausett Farms is at 11336 Hwy. 136 West in Dawsonville.

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A tractor and sign welcomes visitors to the Fausett Farms' sunflower fields. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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Sunflower enthusiasts stop by Fausett Farms for its Sept. 14 grand opening for the 2019 season. The fields offer several photo opportunities including tractors, hay and fall decorations. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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The sunflowers at Fausett Farms attract pollinators such as bees. The sunflower fields will be open throughout September and October. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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Families stop by Fausett Farms to pose in the sunflowers during the farm's opening day Sept. 14. Fausett Farms is one of the most Instragrammed places in all of Georgia. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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A baby enjoys getting a closer look at the tall sunflowers at Fausett Farms Sept. 14. - photo by Jessica Taylor