Lebanon's The Black Barn Welcomes Everyone to Enjoy (and Take Selfies In) Their Sunflower Field for Free

It's not summertime if you didn't take a selfie with some sunflowers, right?

Lebanon's The Black Barn knows that summertime and sunflower selfies happily go hand in hand, and with that knowledge, they decided to plant an acre of sunflowers at their farm for folks to enjoy — free of charge. 

The farm announced their plans on Facebook over the weekend, encouraging visitors to load up their selfie sticks and some good vibes. 

The sunflower patch will be blooming soon, according to the post, so check their page for updates. 

In addition to their generous consideration for our vanity (and maybe general love for sunflowers), the nearly a half-a-century-old business features 16 greenhouses with hanging plants, annuals and perennials, bedding plants and nursery stock, and 10 acres of vegetable production with items including tomatoes, peppers, melons, zucchini, pumpkins and more. 

The Black Barn is located at 1161 W. Main St. in Lebanon. 

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