When Do Sunflowers Bloom?
After being planted, sunflowers can take up to 10-13 weeks to fully bloom. During this time a small bud will develop at the tip of the stem. Initially, the bud will be closed, but over time it will open up to reveal the bright golden petals underneath.
Once the sunflowers are in full bloom, they will display their vibrant colors for about 3 weeks. At this stage, they attract bees, butterflies, beetles and a variety of other tiny pollinators. They are attracted to its bright petals and sweet nectar.
Our Sunflower Maze will be open August 18th!
Sunflower Maze Price
General admission for our sunflower field during business hours can be purchased in-person for $8.00 per person.
Kids 3 and under are free!
Pets are not allowed in the field.
We will have U-Cut available as well for you to take home your favorite sunflowers at $2/Bloom!
We will also have a Bouquet Station set up. Customers can either wrap their bouquet free of charge or purchase a mason jar filled w/ water for $4 to take their flowers home.
*Tickets are not refundable
How Many Types of Sunflowers Are There?
There are more than 70 different varieties of sunflowers! Our field will feature 15 of those species in a wide variety of sizes and colors; perfect for all photo opportunities, or to simply enjoy their beauty.
The sunflower colors will range from sunny yellow, to golden yellow, orange, and ruby red to bronze!