Get ready to flood your Instagram feed with coordinated displays of natural color thanks to the Giant Tecolote Ranunculus and other blooms spread across 50 acres.
This is your opportunity to take your social media photos against a backdrop of orange, yellow, pink, white, and red ranunculus flower rows.
You can ride through the fields in a towed wagon while listening to the history of this unique San Diego attraction.
Step into this living maze to see if you can find your way out. That is if you want to get out. The colorful sweet pea flowers also give off a lovely fragrance.
Until the 1960s, this land was used by the Ecke family (who still owns the land) to grow their famous poinsettias.