Summer of Sunflowers
Pick your own sunflowers!
The address for the flower fields is the same as it was for spring - 15441 Haymarket Drive, Haymarket.
UPDATE: Tuesday, August 22nd. It's going to be a hot one today! Please dress for the heat if you plan on visiting today. Looks like really nice weather is on it's way for the remainder of the week. The sunflowers are looking phenomenal right now! THANK YOU to everyone who visited us over the weekend! We had a blast with you and hope you enjoyed your visit. Most of the muddy spots in the field have dried up but we still recommend wearing shoes you don't mind getting dirty. Sadly, the 2017 sunflower mazes have been canceled due to crop failure.
The middle of the month of July is usually when our sunflower fields begin to bloom. We plant over 30 varieties of "cutting" sunflowers on eight acres in successive crops to ensure at least six weeks of blooming flowers.
We will also have two of the nation's only sunflower mazes! (Sadly, we will not have sunflower mazes for 2017 due to crop failure) That's right, sunflower MAZES (mazes are offered as an add-on to the general admission ticket - they are $4 per person and come with a free bottle of water).
Admission to the Summer of Sunflowers is $6 per person (under 2 are free). We also offer an unlimited re-entry Sun Pass for $10. Unlimited re-entry is a great option as the sunflower fields are always changing. No two days are alike in the picking fields! Sunflower maze tickets are offered at half price for Sun Pass holders.
Admission includes access to our huge Jump Pad, bounce house, two story slide, bubble stations, chalkboard message signs for photos, cornhole games, kids clubhouse play area and shaded picnic area.
Sunflowers are $1.50 per stem. We also have a meadow of cosmos for .50 cents per stem and we plant a garden of gladiolus, which are an excellent companion flower for sunflowers in a vase. Gladiolus are $1 per stem.
Well behaved, leashed dogs are allowed during our summer season. They are only allowed during "dog days" for our spring season.
Please note, the photos in this slideshow are from years past. They do not represent how the fields look today.