Sunflower Fields in Michigan

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This post is for sunflower fields all over the state of Michigan. If you are looking for more flower field options (lavender, dahlia, gardens, etc.), you can check out my most popular most of all time on those fields HERE.

 

I will keep this post updated when new details emerge as the season goes along. Peak sunflower time is not until August/Sept, but that gives you plenty of time to make plans!

 

Also, please remember to be respectful if you visit so that these beautiful places stay open to visitors!

 

Some places offer U-Pick and others are just for taking beautiful photos, so please make sure before you cut any flowers!

 

Sunflower Fields In Metro Detroit/Southeast Michigan

Vanhoutte Farms (Armada, MI)

Grow a wide variety of other flowers in their fields as well!

 

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Blake Farms (Armada, MI)

Also, they have a tasting room, apple picking, lavendar…the whole nine yards.

 

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Westview Orchard & Winery (Romeo, MI)

Check out my post on Vineyards & Wineries HERE.

Sunflower Daze Tickets go on sale TOMORROW (Friday, 5/7/21)

You can book photo sessions in the sunflower fields, and they offer goat yoga too!

 

Spicer Orchards (Fenton, MI)

They also have a winery!

Strawberries are expected mid-June.

They also offer cooking classes here, which I think is pretty cool!

 

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DeBucks Sunflower Farm (Belleville, MI)

U-Pick Sunflowers starting in July (per their website). They have lavender too!

From their website: While you are at the farm you will have the option to pick your own sunflower bouquets and lavender bundles to take home with you. Don’t forget your cameras! There are many photo opportunities for you and family to take advantage of during your visit.

Sunflower and lavender admission tickets will go on sale mid June. If you would like to be notified when the tickets are available, please sign up for their newsletter by visiting their website (linked above).

 

Schell Family Farm (Pinckney, MI)

From their website: Starting around August we have over 7 acres of a beautiful Sunflower bloomPLUS newly added 3 acres of Wildflowers. This is a perfect time to stop by and wander through our maze, take pictures, and pick flowers to share with loved ones!

 

If you are looking for more than just sunflower fields, check out this post HERE!

 

Sunflower Fields In Northern Michigan & The Upper Penninsula

Hall Farms (Rock, MI) 

If you are traveling to the Upper Peninsula at all this summer (August-Sept is the best time for sunflowers), then you need to stop at this epic field. You have a window of about 2 weeks if you want to see the 20 acre sea of sunflowers. You can walk through it and take photos for free. (440,000 sunflowers) Visitors can cut them for a small fee.

They have sunflower shirts and snacks available for purchase too.

While Sunflowers are in bloom we are open from 10am to sunset.

The farm is located at 2623 St. Nicholas Rd

 

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Leabo Farm (Suttons Bay, MI)

9224 E Duck Lake Rd
Suttons Bay, MI 49682

Put the address into your GPS. (If you search Leabo Farm, it won’t come up.)

 

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Grandpa’s Tiny Farm (Frankenmuth, MI)

In 2020, they were only open to the public during the Frankenmuth Flower Festival, which was July 31-August 2 (last year). I will post the new dates and info as soon as I have it. You may want to bookmark this page!

 

Sunflower Fields In Western Michigan

Bremer Produce (Hudsonville, MI)

 

Degan Farm/Sunflower Field (Montague, MI)

Old Hwy 99
Montague, MI 49437

Put the address into your GPS. (If you search for Degan Farm, it won’t come up.)

 

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Gorby Sunflowers (Allegan, MI)

This field is for looking and not cutting 🙂

Donations are appreciated in exchange for taking photos. Please do not cut the flowers on your own.

Please stay on the paths and do not park on the road. Also, please stay out of the wedding area.

 

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Gull Meadows (Richland, MI)

3rd Annual Sunflower Days are planned for this year.

General Public Admission: $15/person. Tickets may be purchased online. Each ticket includes admission to the sunflower field, 1 U-Cut Bloom to take home with you, and family activities at the farm. Children under 36” are free.

Dates: July 30-August 1, August 6-8, and August 13-15, and possibly August 20-22 (depending on bloom) Visit our Facebook Page or check back here for updates.

 

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Blue House Farms (Benton Harbor, MI)

Sunflower and Lavendar Days are planned for this year!

The first sunflower weekend will be in July. Make sure you follow them on social media for updates.

 

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[Hubbard’s] Corey Lake Orchards (Three Rivers, MI)

They have spirits, wines, and hard ciders here! Bonus!

About the Sunflower Fields (from their website): A visit to one of our sunflower fields is guaranteed to pick up your day and positively set your frame of mind!  Take time from life’s daily routines to stroll through the field, take pictures, and just sit and relax among the thousands of sunflowers in bloom.  We will have several fields this year and they bloom at different times.  Each field only lasts about two weeks.  Check back for an update on when our fields are expected to bloom, admission fees, and hours.  Professional photography sessions are available evenings and after hours for a fee.  Check our photography policy for more information on this.

You can read the photo policy HERE.

 

Rasch Cherries Sunflower Field (Conklin, MI)

17647 40th Ave
Conklin, MI 49403

Put the address into your GPS. (If you search for Rasch, it won’t come up.)

Last year they had U-Pick, a Sunflower Maze, and Apple Cider Slushies.

The sunflower maze turns into a HAUNTED sunflower maze in October!

 

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