The state of New Jersey comes alive with the heat of summer. Along with sunflower fields in Texas, Minnesota and Ohio, New Jersey has some of the most stunning sunflower fields in the United States.
To save you the time and effort of mindlessly driving around New Jersey in search of the dazzling sunflowers, I’ve put together a comprehensive list of 15 sunflower farms and fields.
Terhune is a family-run, 200-acre farm in Princeton, NJ. Being a large farm, you can expect to find over 1,000 sunflowers starting to bloom from the end of June.
From the beginning of July to the end of August, Happy Day Farm allows its visitors to pick and bring home their glorious sunflowers.
Happy Day Farm
With the sunflowers growing so tall, tractor rides lead you through the mazes and around all of Johnson’s Corner Farm. While seeing sunflowers is the main attraction, the farm is home to friendly cows and bleating goats.
Johnson’s Corner Farm
Brodhecker Farm is a livestock farm that has planted sunflowers to harvest black oil seeds. The flower fields stretch on for miles and a ride on the red tractor allows you to see the entire farm.
Lew’s Farm Market boasts a dreamy sunflower field for you to wander and pick your own flowers. For each stem picked, you’ll be charged $1.50, but if you opt for a bouquet, you can expect to be paying between $5 to $10.
Lew’s Farm Market
Open every day from 9 am – 6 pm, Melick’s Town Farm provides you with the opportunity to pick giant, fresh sunflowers. While there is no entrance fee, you’ll need to pay for the flowers you pick.
Melick’s Town Farm