Picture it: More than one million tulips. All different colors. And permission to pick as many as you like. 

According to Google Maps, you're looking at a two-and-a-half-hour drive to Waxahachie, but it might be worth it if when you arrive you're greeted by rows and rows of pickable tulips. 

Poston Gardens, located off of I-35, was started by John Poston this year after he decided growing tulips might be a good way to support his other venture, Daymark Living, KVUE reports. Daymark Living is a nearby facility that helps teach people with intellectual and developmental delays learn to live independently. Poston was inspired to open Daymark Living by his son, Michael, who was born with Down syndrome. 

According to the garden's website, every tulip sells for $3, and a portion of each goes toward supporting Daymark Living. As KVUE reports, some of the Daymark Living employees even work at the garden. 

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We are planting over 1 MILLION tulips that will bloom in March and April. It will be a sight to see! Make sure to join our mailing list for event information. (Link in bio)

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A bouquet full of freshly picked tulips is sure to brighten up anyones day! We are open 7 days a week! Be sure to stop by Monday to Friday from 12 pm to 6 pm and Saturday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. #tulips : @marg_marg_tz

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Even though the sun isn’t out, we are still OPEN We hope everyone can come out and enjoy our wide variety of beautifully colored tulips! Tag someone you want to pick a bouquet with #tulips : @marg_marg_tz

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 The garden will remain open for a few weeks until the flowers are gone.