Farms with Flowers

Spend the day surrounded by nature’s beauty as you pick the perfect flowers! Whether you’re looking for a special bouquet or just want to enjoy the sights and smells of fresh blooms– we’ve got you covered.  Come out and enjoy a day of flower picking at any of these 10 South Jersey farms featuring flowers as far as the eye can see.



Wards Farm120 Bassett Rd, Mannington Township, NJ 08079 Salem County

If you’re looking for a blooming good time, head over to Ward’s Farm and feast your eyes on their gorgeous flowers. Ward’s Farm is a certified organic, cut flower farm that uses sustainable agriculture practices. Although they grow many varieties and different flowers, they specialize in sunflowers and dahlias. The exact days when you can visit can be found on the website, where you can also arrange your free ticket for entry (to monitor crowd levels).

Wards Farm

Dalton Farm660 Oak Grove Rd, Swedesboro, NJ 08085 Gloucester County

Dalton Farms is a 99 acre family-owned and run farm with ties extending all the way back to 1790. Today, this historic farm has become a place of adventure; with a beautiful 6 acre lake,10 beehives and over 1.2 million sunflowers of all varieties. And right now, they are in their Tulip season! That means you can enjoy the beauty of thousands of colorful tulips and even pick your own bouquet. Don’t miss this chance to visit Dalton Farms and experience the charm of this amazing place!

Dalton Farm 

Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm2691 Monmouth Rd, Jobstown, NJ 08041 Burlington County

Head to Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm for a fun and fresh way to spend your day. Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm offers a few different U-pick options such as sunflowers, field flowers, and even fresh produce. This is the best time to visit for viewing the flower fields, which are bursting with color and beauty. You can also enjoy other farm activities, such as hayrides, animal farm, and farm market. Evenings on the farm are complete with live music! So grab your friends and family and join the fun at Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm!

Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm

Lew’s Farm Market864 N Lenola Rd, Moorestown, NJ 08057 Burlington County

For a fun and affordable way to brighten up your day, head over to Lew’s Farm Market to pick your own bouquet of colorful flowers. You can choose from sunflowers, zinnias, and snapdragons that are grown right on the farm. For just $5, you can create a beautiful arrangement that will make you smile. But hurry, the season starts around the end of June or the beginning of July and lasts until they run out. Don’t forget to call them first at 856-234-2480 to check the current picking conditions and availability. Trust me, you won’t regret it!

Lew’s Farm Market

Hill Creek Farms1631 State Highway 45, Mullica Hill Gloucester County

Hill Creek Farms was established in 1956 and they really thought of it all. This stunning farm has everything you need to enjoy the best of nature and agriculture. You can pick your own apples from their orchard, shop for organic produce and baked goods at their farmer’s market, sip on some wine in their beautiful garden, and have fun with their barrel train rides and playground. Hill Creek Farms was established in 1956 and they really thought of it all.

Hill Creek Farms

Johnson’s Corner Farm133 Church Rd, Medford, NJ 08055 Burlington County

Johnson’s Corner Farm is home to one of the most visited sunflower mazes in NJ. The best time to come for Sunflower picking is between the end of June and September. In addition to sunflowers, they offer a U-pick tulips trail and even have a separate field for taking photos. The family friendly tour includes a hayride, use of the picnic area, animal feeding/play time in the Animal Farm, coloring sheets and teacher information. The Discovery Barnyard & Animal Farm are fantastic places for kiddos to get a hands-on farm experience! Johnson’s Corner Farm is always a blooming good time!

Johnson’s Corner Farm

Alan’s Flower Farm120 Sykesville Road, Chesterfield — Burlington County

Alan’s Flower Farm is a paradise for flower lovers, with 165 acres of colorful blooms to enjoy. You can find sunflowers, dahlias, peonies, lavender, hydrangeas, and mixed bouquets, among other summer annual flowers. They are available from May to October, so hurry up and visit before they wilt.

Alan’s Flower Farm

Peticote Junction Flower Farm221 Newbolds Corner Rd, Southampton Township  Burlington County

Peticote Junction is a female owned, family-run farm that specializes in growing uncommon heirloom flowers that you won’t find anywhere else. And they do it all with organic methods, so you can enjoy their beauty without any guilt. Whether you need a gift for a special occasion, or just want to brighten up your home, Peticote Junction has the perfect floral arrangement for you.

Peticote Junction Flower Farm

Slabtown Petal Pickers 144 Slabtown Rd, Elmer, NJ  Salem County

This small 3 acre cut-flower farm focuses on seasonal flowers.Slabtown Petal Pickers focuses on seasonal flowers that will brighten up your day and your home. Their fields overflow with flowers throughout spring, summer and fall. You can find the classics, like peonies, zinnias, sunflowers and lavender along with herbs and woodies scattered around. Everything is field grown without the use of any potentially dangerous chemicals. That means you can breathe easy and not worry about getting poisoned by pesticides or fertilizers. Plus, you can pick your own bouquet.

Slabtown Petal Pickers

Whitcraft Farms202 Kresson Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 Burlington County

Whitcraft Farms is a fifth generation family nursery-style business that has proudly served the residents of South Jersey for over 75 years. They have been in the business of growing and selling plants for longer than most of us have been alive. Whether you need a bouquet of roses for your sweetheart, a cactus for your office desk, or a tree for your garden, they have it all. And if you don’t know what you want, their friendly staff will help you find the perfect match. Whitcraft Farms is more than just a nursery, it’s a family tradition.

Whitcraft Farms