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2021 Clarksville Sunflower Festival | PHOTOS

Hailey Ferguson, 9, of Ellicott City, selects a sunflower to cut to take home while visiting the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary’s Land Farm with her family. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Mother gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021
(Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

2021 Clarksville Sunflower Festival | PHOTOS

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The Clarksville Sunflower Festival is open weekends from Aug. 14 through 29 at Mary’s Land Farm in Ellicott City.
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
A wagon shuttles festivalgoers from the parking lot to the fields at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at MaryÕs Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Parent gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p11
A wagon shuttles festivalgoers from the parking lot to the fields at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at MaryÕs Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Parent gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p11 (Amy Davis)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Vistors relax with food and listen to live music in a large picnic shed at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p14
Vistors relax with food and listen to live music in a large picnic shed at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p14 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Carlee Campbell, 10, of Pasadena, and her father Thomas Campbell, visit with one of the goats at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. (Father gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p13
Carlee Campbell, 10, of Pasadena, and her father Thomas Campbell, visit with one of the goats at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. (Father gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p13 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Visitors line up for the food trucks at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm in Ellicott City. August 15, 2021 p4
Visitors line up for the food trucks at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm in Ellicott City. August 15, 2021 p4 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Lula Olsen, 3 of Glen Burnie gently pets a pony at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. ( Mother gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p5
Lula Olsen, 3 of Glen Burnie gently pets a pony at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. ( Mother gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p5 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
The sunflowers are reflected in the sunglasses worn by Christine Cherry of Baltimore City at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. August 15, 2021 p13
The sunflowers are reflected in the sunglasses worn by Christine Cherry of Baltimore City at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. August 15, 2021 p13 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Janice Chew of Clinton, second from right, and Kathryn Thompson of Clinton, right, photograph the sunflowers at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. August 15, 2021 p2
Janice Chew of Clinton, second from right, and Kathryn Thompson of Clinton, right, photograph the sunflowers at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. August 15, 2021 p2 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Franklin Romero of Hyattsville heads back to the wagon after picking a sunflower at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. Festival goers can pick a sunflower with the price of admission. August 15, 2021 p6
Franklin Romero of Hyattsville heads back to the wagon after picking a sunflower at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. Festival goers can pick a sunflower with the price of admission. August 15, 2021 p6 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Sandra Rueda and Alex Cruz of Frederick strike a dance poses as Cruz's daughter snaps pictures at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. August 15, 2021 p1
Sandra Rueda and Alex Cruz of Frederick strike a dance poses as Cruz's daughter snaps pictures at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. August 15, 2021 p1 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Nichelle Desbordes, left, and her friend C.J. Summa, both of Ellicott City, take a selfie with the sunflowers they picked at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. (Parents gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p8
Nichelle Desbordes, left, and her friend C.J. Summa, both of Ellicott City, take a selfie with the sunflowers they picked at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. (Parents gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p8 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Visitors line up to buy lunch at J.D.'s House of Bacon, one of the food trucks at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p9
Visitors line up to buy lunch at J.D.'s House of Bacon, one of the food trucks at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p9 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Sujan Gaire takes portraits of Rubina Brasai at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. They are from Fairfax, VA. August 15, 2021 p17
Sujan Gaire takes portraits of Rubina Brasai at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. They are from Fairfax, VA. August 15, 2021 p17 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Festivalgoers, sunflowers in hand, exit the wagon that takes visitors from the parking area to the sunflower fields at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p10
Festivalgoers, sunflowers in hand, exit the wagon that takes visitors from the parking area to the sunflower fields at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p10 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Bernarda Silva of Baldwin takes a selfie amid the flowers at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p12
Bernarda Silva of Baldwin takes a selfie amid the flowers at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. August 15, 2021 p12 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
A butterfly alights on a sunflower at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. August 15, 2021 p7
A butterfly alights on a sunflower at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. August 15, 2021 p7 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Parent gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p16
the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Parent gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 p16 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Bees are plentiful in the sunflower fields at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. August 15, 2021 p18
Bees are plentiful in the sunflower fields at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. August 15, 2021 p18 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Craig Cummings performs at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm in the picnic shed where festivalgoers can relax with food and drink. August 15, 2021 p15
Craig Cummings performs at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary's Land Farm in the picnic shed where festivalgoers can relax with food and drink. August 15, 2021 p15 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Tim and Mariana Cooper of Brandywine, MD, at left, and other festivalgoers take the wagon back to the parking area after attending the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at MaryÕs Land Farm, and picking sunflowers to take home. August 15, 2021 p19
Tim and Mariana Cooper of Brandywine, MD, at left, and other festivalgoers take the wagon back to the parking area after attending the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at MaryÕs Land Farm, and picking sunflowers to take home. August 15, 2021 p19 (Amy Davis)
Clarksville Sunflower Festival
Hailey Ferguson, 9, of Ellicott City, selects a sunflower to cut to take home while visiting the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary’s Land Farm with her family. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Mother gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021
Hailey Ferguson, 9, of Ellicott City, selects a sunflower to cut to take home while visiting the Clarksville Sunflower Festival at Mary’s Land Farm with her family. There are 17 varieties of sunflowers with staggered blooming periods to prolong the festival, which runs on weekends through August 29. In addition to five acres of sunflowers, the festival offers food trucks, live music and farm animals on the sustainable farm. (Mother gave permission for photo.) August 15, 2021 (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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