1. Grim’s Orchards & Family Farms
The Sunflower Experience at Grim’s Orchards & Family Farms is a quaint and picturesque location. Snap away in the sunflower fields, then pick the your favorite flower to remember your awesome experience – all for just $5! One sunflower is never enough?! Good news, extra flowers are just $2 each.
2. Greendale Farms
Picture fields of sunflowers stretching as far as the eye can see. Make that dream a reality with a trip to Greendale Farms. The farm’s sunflower fields are a truly a visual feast for the eyes, whether you focus on that single flawless flower you’ve spied or the whole scene of flowers bobbing in the sunshine!
3. Maple Lawn Farms
Celebrate the season of the sunflower in a big way with food, music, and fun at the third annual Sunflower Festival at Maple Lawn Farms, Aug. 9-11 and 16-18. With eight acres and 28 varieties of sunflowers for you to explore including two-foot tall “Teddy Bears” and towering 12-foot giants, you’re sure to snap the ultimate Insta-worthy picture!
4. Please Wash Me Carwash
Hard to believe, but here’s a chance to spiff up your ride while your eyes feast on a field of sunflowers at the Please Wash Me Carwash. Treat your vehicle to the "Ultimate Wash," then afterwards snap a photo or two as it gleams in the sun with the stunning sunflower field providing a cheerful backdrop!
5. Country Barn
Delight in Country Barn‘s fields of “living sunshine” at its second annual Sunflower Festival, Aug. 17-18 and 24-25! So many photo ops await between the Sunshine Wagon Tours, live music, corn maze, jump pad, pig races, pedal karts, barnyard animals, and giant slides. Bonus: everyone gets one cut-your-own sunflower with more available for purchase.
6. Simmons Farm
“Pick Your Own” doesn’t mean just fruits and veggies at Simmons Farm! Grab a flower bucket, then stroll through flower fields bursting with sunflowers, dahlias, eucalyptus, rudbeckia, salvia, snapdragons, status, zinnias, and a host of other bouquet-worthy flowers, not to mention photo ops galore!
7. Putnam Place
Grace your home with the freshest of fresh-cut flowers handpicked by you at Putnam Place. The flower garden at this fifth generation, family-owned farm sports more than 150 types of annual and perennial flowers. Surrounded by so much beauty, just imagine all the Instagram-worthy photos you can take!
8. Hope Valley Gardens
Lacking the proverbial “green thumb?” No worries, Hope Valley Gardens has you covered! They grow more than 150 varieties of stunning blooms with names that span the alphabet from A to Z. Pick your own colorful bouquet and a few extra to surprise someone with their “Pay It Forward” program.
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