4 Farms for Sunflower Picking Near Pittsburgh

There’s nothing like a vase filled with fresh flowers to add a little cheer to a space. And there’s no fresher bunch than the one you pick yourself. Since it’s pick-your-own sunflower season here in Western PA, we are sharing four farms for sunflower picking near Pittsburgh that would make a great day-date or family outing. Since the growing season can fluctuate (it’s Pittsburgh weather, people), we might suggest you check the farm websites (and the forecast) before making the trip.

Renshaw Family Farms

314 Ford City Rd.
Freeport, PA 16229
July 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, & 30
10:00 AM – 8 PM
July 24 and 27
4 PM – 8 PM
$10 a carload — flower heads (not by the stem) are $1 each or $20 for 15 flower heads with a lined galvanized vase. The farm’s country store is open during operating hours for food and gift purchases.

Schwirian Farm Sunflower Festival

2669 Pangurn Hollow Road
Monongahela, PA 15063
July 22-30, 2023
8 AM – 8 PM
FREE Admission, though parking is $3. Pick your own flowers for $1 per stem. Additional vendors and food options are on hand, too.

Fair Haven Farms Sunflower Festival

206 Lee Road
Grove City, PA 16127
August 26 and 27, 2023
11 AM – 5 PM
$10 per person admission gets you into the fields to pick sunflowers at $2 per stem. In addition to PYO sunflowers, you’ll find food, music, games, hayrides, and artisan crafts for sale on-site.

Triple B Farms

823 Berry Lane
Monongahela, PA
Daily from 9 AM – 2 PM
Pick from fields of flowers, lavender, and sunflowers. The well-stocked farm market is open 9 to 5, seven days a week. The ticketed kids area is a real treat for the young ones!

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