Stunning Flower Farms in New Jersey – Are you looking for somewhere to spend a gorgeous summer’s day? Whether you are looking to pick your own sunflowers, zinnias, tulips, gladiolas, lilies, dahlias or lavender, we have a flower farm in NJ for you!
Happy Day Farm
106 Iron Ore Rd, Manalapan Township, New Jersey 07726
Happy Day Farm is run by Farmer Tim. “In 2012, Tim took his love and passion for family and farming and purchased an abandoned 70-acre farm in Manalapan, New Jersey which officially launched Happy Day Farm. Tim utilized the portion of land to plant pumpkins and hold Fall Harvest activities including a corn maze, zoo, horse shaped swings, pedal carts and more.
In 2016, Tim purchased an additional 60 acres adjacent to the farm, making Happy Day Farm a total of 130 acres. The farm has now expanded to include u-pick blueberries, raspberries, sunflowers, lavender and zinnias and much more!
Spend the day wandering through our lavender garden and enjoy the aromatic scent. We grow one variety of lavender named ‘Phenomenal’. We have multiple photo ops in the field for you to enjoy. Remember to bring your camera and feel free to take as many photos as you like, but please do not pick the lavender. Sunflower picking is available from the middle of July until the middle of August (see their website for exact dates). Fresh squeezed lemonade and shaved ices available to purchase They recommend bringing your own cutting shears and a bucket of water to transport your sunflowers home. The farm is cash only.”
Holland Ridge Farms – Flower Farm NJ
86 Rues Rd, Cream Ridge, NJ 08514
Holland Ridge Farms is a “pristine flower farm, bursting with millions of rainbow blooms including our famous tulips. The good news is, you don’t have to travel to the Netherlands to experience it – we’re right here in Cream Ridge, NJ! We currently host two pick your own flower seasons – u-pick tulips in the spring and u-pick sunflowers in the fall. Read on to see why we are one of the top spots to visit on the East Coast.
The Holland Ridge Farms u-pick sunflower season is a celebration of one of the most popular flowers in the world. We also plant thousands of other cut flowers including gladiolas, lilies, dahlias and more! Rows and rows of colorful flowers as far as the eye can see, all available to pick at just $1 per stem! We provide plastic buckets for you to carry your stems. Our flower fields also make the perfect backdrop for all types of photography. Plus, with over 60 acres of flowers, our u-pick is also the largest on the East Coast!”
120 Bassett Rd, Mannington Township, NJ 08079
Established in 2012, Ward’s Farm is a “cut flower farm that specializes in sunflowers and dahlias. We have several varieties of both and have many other flowers as well. We continue to add more varieties and different flowers each year. Other examples of flowers that we grow are stargazer lilies, gladiolus, zinnias and cosmos.
In 2019, we officially opened to the public for events. Our most popular events are our ‘Pick Your Own’ sunflowers.”
Orchard View Lavender Farm
101 Karrsville Rd, Port Murray, NJ 07865
Orchard View Lavender Farm “is a splendid oasis of peace and tranquility where the heavenly scent of lavender melts away the stress and replaces it with a sense of serenity and well-being. A private residence, welcoming guests to share the beauty and healing energy of the property in the hopes of bringing much needed peace into the lives of its visitors.
Orchard View has become a favorite destination where visitors can “Cut Your Own” lavender during bloom time and shop in the Lavender Farm Stand. OVLF offers fresh and dry lavender, when in season and while supplies last, a variety of natural handmade artisan lavender products including bath & body, household, culinary, teas and tea accessories, the finest quality essential oil, pure honey harvested from the hives on the farm. Orchard View Lavender Farm, has partnered with talented artisans and makers to bring you unique handmade gifts, aromatherapy jewelry, home and garden décor and so much more.”
3741 Lawrenceville Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540
Princeton Lavender “is an ideal spot to have a picnic, party or event at a table right in front of farm animals. Hand feed the animals and then enter the pasture with them. You might be surprised at how pleasant the experience can be. We have refreshing lavender treats: Cold Brew Lavender Coffee, Lavender Lemonade, and our Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream with Candied Lavender Flower.
The Farm also grows Sunflowers and Zinnias.”
1 Alstede Farms Ln, Chester, NJ 07930
Alstede Farms “is an ever-changing invitation to enjoy the best earth has to offer. Each season brings new fun for your family and new flavors to your table. And that’s why every visit to Alstede Farms is a discovery. We wish to make all of your visits to Alstede Farms memorable. Whether you stop in for a fresh, juicy peach, visit our friendly farm animals with your grandchildren, or simply seek quiet solace and escape from the rat race by visiting our farm; we are dedicated to operating a family farm that contributes to your quality of life. Stop in and experience the warmth that our family brings to Alstede Farms.
Alsteded Farms do pick your own flowers. Add color to your home with a freshly picked bouquet of beautiful flowers from our fields. Varieties include zinneas and sunflowers and are available from mid July through mid September. Availability may vary.”
Johnson’s Corner Farm – Sunflower Fields
133 Church Rd. Medford, New Jersey 08055
Johnson’s Corner Farm grow lots of different produce. They also run family friendly tours and hay-rides – “on the Regular Summer Tour hay-riders will get to pick 2 crops from our summer selection. All tours include a hayride, use of our picnic area, animal feeding and play time in the Animal Farm, coloring sheets and teacher information. There is also a restroom facility for group use.” They also have a family activity area: “Our Discovery Barnyard & Animal Farm are fabulous places to bring your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews for a hands-on farm experience! Visit the Animal Farm to feed the animals!” Also, don’t miss the bakery and farmhouse café “We are well known for our Pies, Cider donuts and Chicken Pot Pies. Our Farm House Kitchen crew have created all kinds of delicious food for you to enjoy here, take home for dinner or your next Party.”
Johnson’s have been growing sunflowers for many years. “This year we have decided to share our love for this beautiful flower in a different way.
Our plan is to have 4 Sunflower strolls. We estimate the first stroll to start in late June” – Keep an eye on their webpage for updates.
Hidden Spring Lavender & Alpaca Farm
890 Belle Mead-Blawenburg Rd, Skillman, NJ 08558
At Hidden Spring Lavender and Alpaca Farm you are “welcome to come to the farm during business hours. There is no fee to enter the farm, unless it is a “Special Event Day”, which we have from time to time and days will be posted on this site. Our bloom is expected around June/July. We have the Alpacas and the Lavender Shoppe for you to visit. We take reservations for Alpaca Halter Walking and this is a great way to get close and personal with one of these wonderful animals.
We are a husband and wife team that solely run this farm. Our first Lavender Fields were planted almost 13 years years ago and are flourishing and producing lots of blooms for us. We have planted a variety of Lavender types (15 to be exact) to suit many individuals. Whether it be for Bouquets, Buds, Oil or Culinary, we can offer it. All of our Products are made with 100% Pure Lavender Essential Oil and Lavender grown right here in Skillman, NJ and distilled during the month of July, which visitors are able to watch how it is done.”
Pleasant Valley Lavender
288 Pleasant Valley Rd, Morganville, NJ 07751
Pleasant Valley Lavender was inspired by a family reunion in Sequim, Washington, “the Lavender Capital of North America,” I decided to plant my first 150 Lavender plants on our Morganville, NJ farm. Today, nearly 2000 plants later, we are pleased to open Pleasant Valley Lavender to the public.
On nearly ten rolling acres, our family has planted a variety of French and English Lavender for you to enjoy. Throughout the spring and summer, the public is invited to explore the fields and cut their own fragrant Lavender bundles. If you prefer, we will harvest fresh bundles for you.
We offer fresh cut Lavender by the bundle, dried Lavender, loose buds, handmade sachets, and an assortment of handcrafted soaps, and delicious Lavender honey from our beehives. We also have a large selection of Lavender plants for sale.”
223 Meyersville Rd Gillette, NJ 07933
Hillview Farms has been growing fruit and vegetables for the local community and further afield for almost 150 years.
“Family-owned and operated, we farm fresh fruits and vegetables right here in Gilette, New Jersey. Stop in to our General Store and pickup today’s produce, fresh eggs and honey and feel good about the quality of your food. We are dedicated to providing you with the freshest fruit and vegetables, as well as eggs, cider, and homemade pies. Whether you pick them from our fields or from our General Store, you will not only bring home healthy and healthful ingredients, you are doing a great thing in supporting your local farmers.”
You can pick your own zinnias in August.
Dalton Farm – Flower Farm NJ
660 Oak Grove Rd, Swedesboro, NJ 08085
Dalton Farms is a “99 acre family owned and run farm conveniently located in southern New Jersey just off 322, and in close proximity to (3.7 Miles), and Delaware Memorial Bridge (12 Miles). With family ties to the farm extending back to 1790, the Dalton family is proud to continue this tradition now under the ownership of Keith, Ann, and Connor.
Owning the farm has been a dream for Keith since he was ten years old. Now, Dalton Farms has become a place of adventure with a beautiful 6 acre lake and 10 thriving beehives. Along with his good friend, Chris Viereck of Random Acts of Farmage Agritainment, Dalton Farms decided to take a leap of faith, much like Keith’s grandfather, and planted 1.2 million sunflowers of all varieties and the 1st Annual Dalton Farms Sunflower Festival was born in 2019.”
Their Tulip season begins in April.