Pick sunflowers in the Hudson Valley



Get some of those sunny flowers and brighten up your home

sunflowers, picking, farms, family
Sunflowers just say summer. Flowers brighten up our homes and our mood. We have put together a list of places you can go to pick some for yourself.

101 Jessup Rd., Warwick
845-987-7717
PYO Sunflowers begins mid-August to mid-September. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED. Open to the Public  Saturday-Sunday and all holidays from 10:00am – 6:00pm.

Kelder's Farm
5755 US Rte. 209, Kerhonkson
845-626-7137
Each year Kelder's Farm holds its Sunflower Extravaganza. This year it will be held from August 8 through the end of August, 10am-6pm. Get your tickets and come enjoy all the farm has to offer. There are also other activities including the jumping pillow, combine slides, petting farm animals, mini-golf, spider web, pipe slides and more!! You can also pick fruit and vegetables and the Ice Cream Barn will be open for ice cream, food and drinks as well! See website for social distancing rules.

Dubois Farms
209 Perkinsville Rd., Highland
(845) 795-4037
Dubois Farms has added sunflowers to their lineup of pick your own goodies. Check out their website in August for their pick dates.

366 County Rte. 12, New Hampton
845-551-7501
Admission to the farm includes 3 pick your own sunflowers. There is also face painting for the kids, a petting farm and the sunflower fields are a maze with plenty of photo-ops. Mon-Thurs 10am to 4pm, Fri-Sun 10am to 5pm, July 25 through September. 

Albany Post Rd., Rhinebeck
845-417-7099
They have 3 acres of flowers that you can pick. Flowers include sunflowers, snapdragons, zinnias and more. Buy your bucket for $15 and refill throughout the season for $10. Hours are 7am-8pm. Social distancing and masks are required. 

238 Church Ave., Germantown
518-751-8813
You can come here and pick wildflowers to your hearts content. 100% of the u-pick proceeds go to a local Germantown non-profit of your choice. Gardens open June through September. Enjoy an amazing butterfly immersion experience. They have herbs & veggies that you can pick yourself. No pesticides used on this farm. Relax and frolic in the hayfields.

9 Fishkill Farm Rd., Hopewell Junction
845-897-4377
Make your reservation and go pick some lovely organic flowers. While you are there you can pick the fruits and veggies that are in season also. They are diligently following guidelines set forth by the CDC and state government.

2865 Albany Post Rd., Montgomery
845-457-1991
Visit the greenhouse and find many varieties of annuals and perennials. Their specialty is a splash of color from spring to fall in all different sizes and styles. 




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