4 Sunflower Fields to Visit This Fall

Before racing to the pumpkin patches and corn mazes, there is still time to enjoy sunflower season in Washington. Visit these four favorites for Instagram-worthy pictures, fresh-cut bundles and fields of bright, vibrant colors to help you kiss summer goodbye. 

Stocker Farms Sunflower Fields


Running Sept. 25 and Sept. 26, Stocker Farms Sunflower Fields will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for Instagram-worthy photo-ops in the fields and U-pick-style fun, where visitors can pick and choose a multitude of sunflowers from Stocker’s fields. Unlike traditional sunflower fields, the farm offers a vibrant variety of flower colors, not just the traditional yellow, giving guests a much more unique and unforgettable experience. Items like the famous bathtub can be found throughout the land to help with an Insta-worthy shot. 

To learn more about Stocker Farms Sunflower Fields, visit

Fresh Flower Farm


The family-owned and -operated Fresh Flower Farm in Auburn is currently open to the public for the small price of $10 for admission, with no end date in sight. The fields feature an array of sunflower breeds, in addition to lilies, dahlias and many other flower variations. Each flower field follows a path that leads into another flower bunch, most fields shaping themselves into hearts and fun shapes. The sunflowers stand tall and make for the perfect background for portraits or photos with loved ones. The Farm features a cozy shop for guests who would like to purchase freshly made bundles and floral arrangements.

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Open until early October, HomeFarm is offering its signature U-Pick option, where guests who visit its sunflower and zinnias field will have the opportunity to tour the farm, learn about the process of growing sunflowers and enjoy picking their own bundles to take home. The tour is open seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., perfect for getting a great view of the sun rising over the fields and a photo at sunset.

To learn more about the Home Farms U-Pick Flower event, visit

Deer Park Farms 


Photographers and sunflower connoisseurs alike gather yearly to see these sunflower fields, which are known to be a popular spot for graduation photos and family photo-ops. Although you cannot tour the fields, guests can stop for a picture-perfect view and take photos in front of the towering flowers. The bloom is at its peak until late September and is a breathtaking, can’t-miss sight to see.

To visit, the farm is located on North Spotted Road in Deer Park City in Spokane. 

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