4 Beautiful Sunflower Fields to Visit Before the Season is Over

Photo courtesy of The Hill

We love the fact that there are so many u-pick locations in WNY – both u-pick flower farms and u-pick fruit farms. Sunflower fields are an especially rare find, but we’re lucky to have these options for u-pick sunflowers. Check ’em out this summer before sunflower season is over and let us know what you think!

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Photo courtesy of Sunflowers of Sanborn

1. Sunflowers of Sanborn

3111 Saunders Settlement Road, Sanborn, NY 14132

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2020 Season Now Open

Sunflowers of Sanborn offers a u-pick sunflower field along with a craft show, concessions, and sunflower sifter. Sunflower season runs from August – September. The u-pick sunflower field is home to over 100,000 sunflowers and six different varieties. Sunflowers are $1 each and $5 for a dwarf sunflower.

 

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2. Kelkenberg Farm

9270 Wolcott Road, Clarence Center, NY 14032

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2020 Season Now Open

In addition to a u-pick sunflower field visit for family farm for tours, pony rides, horse drawn hay rides, u-pick pumpkins, animal hugging, farm market and bakery in Clarence.

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3. The Hill

7585 East Eden Road Eden, NY 14057 / Corner of East Eden Rd. and N. Boston Road

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Update 8/25/20: The Hill’s Sunflower Season is officially over for 2020! Stay tuned for 2021.

This sunflower field in the Southtowns offers u-cut or pre-cut sunflowers at $1 per flower. They also allow photos to be taken for free and accept donations in order to maintain the field in the future.

 

 

Farm in Peace
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4. Farm in Peace

3380 NY-39, Collins, NY 14034

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2020 Season Opening soon

Farm in Peace, located in Collins, NY is all about spreading kindness and joy. This includes free photo opportunities in their sunflower field which is open to the public. Based on their Facebook,  they provided props for guests to use including window frames, pedal bikes, and tractors. Guests can also purchase a fresh picked sunflower or make a bouquet.

 

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