ANDREOTTI FAMILY FARMS YOU PICK SUNFLOWER FIELD
COME JOIN US FOR THIS FUN FALL TRADITION
OF PICKING YOUR OWN SUNFLOWERS!
We are the perfect place for families, photoshoots, and more. More details below!
Pumpkin Patch September 1st – October 31st
Corn Maze opening October 1st
Second U-Pick Sunflower field in 2022 OPENIG NEXT FRIDAY OCTOBER 28th
YOUR TICKET DETAILS
Please note that a walk is required to reach the sunflower field, and due to the season, mud can be present on the farm.
Please come prepared to walk to the field, and wear clothing and shoes that will protect you from the elements.
50 minutes in the sunflowers and the option to pick 5 flowers. *If you would like to take home more flowers, please let us know at check in. ($1/additional stem)*
Please wear close toed shoes. *This sunflower field requires a walk to reach it. The weather has been rainy, and mud is very possible. You may also want to avoid white shoes, suede, high heels, slip on shoes, and white clothing in general (although oxy clean will do wonders with farm dirt on a simple white fabric:)
Please bring your own basket/ or bag to carry your flowers home in.
Please bring your own cutters. We do have a limited number available here at the farm, but we encourage you to bring your own to avoid having to wait/share. We will sanitize cutters between every use.
NOTE: Covid Restrictions Must Be Followed At All Times On The Farm
If You Are Sick PLEASE STAY HOME! You Must Wear A Mask unless you are enjoying a Picnic in the Reserved Picnic areas. You Must Maintain a Distance of 6 feet between yourself and others at all times. Cleaning/trimming your flowers will not be allowed outside of the field. Be prepared to take home what you leave the field with. No Gloves Will Be Available. If you would like garden gloves to use during harvesting the flowers, please bring your own. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to hold us harmless and release us of any and all liability.
NOTE: We are doing what is in our power to make our venue safe for everyone, however, if you are immune compromised or otherwise vulnerable, staying at home is the safest thing you can do.