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RD’s Sunflower Farm: Yay or Nay?

RD’s Sunflower Farm: Yay or Nay?

Have you visited a sunflower paradise? Whatever your response is, Let me share with you my first ever sunflower farm sighting. Sunflower Farms have become a trend even before the pandemic hit the country. Who wouldn’t like sunflowers, though?

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RD’s Sunflower Farm: Yay or Nay

Recently, my partner and I visited one of the well-known Sunflower fields in Tagaytay, the RD’s Sunflower Farm. It is located in Purok 142 Patutong Malaki North, Tagaytay City, Cavite. It’s more than half an hour from the province’s capital.

What to expect at RD’s Sunflower Farm?

Before anything else, don’t expect a huge sunflower field; it is quite small, just big enough for a quick stroll through for sightseeing. Its location is convenient because it is close to the road. And, you will never get lost because of the large signage posted throughout the area.

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The farm operates from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and the entrance fee costs Php 100.00. It was advertised on Facebook that the entrance fee comes with a freebie of bottled water and sunflower cupcakes. However, during our time, it was unavailable.

If you get tired of walking around, there are places to relax and unwind. You can find shelter in the gazebo together with the other guests. There are three gazebos in the area if my memory serves me correctly. It also has a picturesque spot where you can take as many photos as you want.

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When it comes to the flowers, only one side of the farm contains sunflowers, while the sunflowers on the other side are just beginning to bloom. Also, there are various flowers on the farm. In fact, the population of different flowers is simply greater than that of sunflowers, which is the main attraction there.

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Photo From | Maianne Dae Palma
Photo From | Maianne Dae Palma

As previously mentioned, the farm is quite small and is nestled along the residential areas. So, expect to see some houses and properties around the vicinity.

I believe that there are far better sunflower havens in the area than RD’s Sunflower Farm. Given the entrance fee, I think it is reasonable if it includes a complimentary snack that was not provided during our visit. Given the not-so-good service and other factors, it is not worth the drive.

But, who knows? Maybe on our next trip, it’s improved and be worth another shot!

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