Photo courtesy Beth Reis Photography at Wicked Tulips Flower Farm.

Flowers are in bloom in the Boston area — their beauty is abundant everywhere you look! If you’re searching for the perfect photo opportunity, a beautiful decoration for your home, or the chance to surprise someone you love with a gorgeous hand-picked bouquet, head to one of Boston Moms’ favorite pick-your-own flower farms!

Langwater Farm

209 Washington Street, North Easton ::  (508) 205-9665

Langwater Farm is a family-run business on 80 acres of land. In addition to offering beautiful tulips and seasonal flowers for picking (tulips open in May, dahlias peak in September), they offer a wide variety of freshly picked, certified organic fruits and vegetables! Visit the farm stand to buy vegetable plants, honey from local bee keepers, locally made maple syrup, and marinara sauce and diced tomatoes made from Langwater Farm’s very own award-winning tomatoes.

Cross Street Flower Farm

4 Jacobs Lane, Norwell 

This beautiful flower farm sits on seven acres of land in Norwell. Not only can you choose from a gorgeous array of fresh flowers, you can also participate in a variety of flower-themed workshops, including grow-your-own instruction and floral design! You can also participate in a flower share CSA to keep the fresh blooms coming all season long! 

Cordelia’s Farm

228 Pleasant Street, Berlin ::  (978) 838-2942

Cordelia’s is a working farm owned by the same family for the past 175 years! Guests are invited to pick their own flowers — or strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries — each year. Cordelia’s also has an expansive array of beautiful flowers, planters, and hanging baskets available in their greenhouse!

Land’s Sake Farm

90 Wellesley Street, Weston :: (781) 893-1162

Over 100 varieties of flowers and fillers are grown at Land’s Sake Farm just west of Boston! Enjoy a relaxing day picking flowers from their bountiful gardens from mid-June through early-October, or join their CSA program, which includes fresh bouquets throughout the season!

Small Farm

184 Gleasondale Road, Stow 

Aptly named, Small Farm is, in fact, a small farm in Stow! In addition to a yearly plant sale, their pick-your-own flower fields open in mid-July and give guests the opportunity to create their own gorgeous bouquets! All are invited to visit whenever the farm stand is open. The Stow Conversation Trust maintains a short walking trail around the farm as well.

Nicewicz Family Farm

116 Sawyer Road, Bolton :: (978) 779-6423

Growing more than 100 varieties, it is no surprise that peonies are the stars of the show at Nicewicz Family Farm in late May and June! August and September bring a wide variety of other seasonal flowers, including dahlias, sunflowers, zinnias, celosia, snapdragons, and straw flowers.

Golden Hour Tulip Farm

128 Jerome Street, Berkley

Opening in mid April for more than 200,000 tulip blooms, Golden Hour Tulip Farm transforms to the sunshiney face of a sunflower farm in late summer! Photography is more than welcome, so be ready to catch that perfect shot among the blooms!

Cider Hill Farm

45 Fern Avenue, Amesbury :: (978) 388-5525

With more than 25 varieties of blooms between April and October, Cider Hill Farm is the place for cut-your-own farmhouse bouquets! Don’t miss the farm’s many festivals all year long — from the tulip fest to pollinator week to the sweet Halloween event! 

Colby Farm

50 Scotland Road, Newbury :: (978) 465-8818

If you are looking for the perfect photo opportunity, here it is! The sunflower fields at Colby Farm peak each August, and they’re nothing short of extraordinary! While you cannot pick the sunflowers, there are plenty of other things you can “pick up” at Colby Farmstand. Check out their produce, pork and beef products, delicious baked goods, and local dairy products. And save room for ice cream!  

Lanni Orchard

294 Chase Road, Lunenburg :: (978) 582-6246

The Lanni Orchard Sunflower Festival in late August is an experience! Wander the fields of sunflowers, take some gorgeous keepsake pictures, and take home a few beautiful blooms as a souvenir. Don’t forget to visit the farm stand and the orchards while you’re there!  

Parlee Farms

95 Farwell Road, Tyngsboro :: (978) 649-3854

In addition to their popular pick-your-own fruit orchards, Parlee Farms also offers cut-your-own and fresh-picked flowers! From late July through early October, guests can view nearly three acres of gorgeous blossoms, including 10 shades of zinnias, many shades of gorgeous dahlias and gladiolus, and five varieties of sunflowers! Don’t forget to stop and visit the animals at Annie’s Animal Barns while you’re there!

Ward’s Berry Farm

614 South Main Street, Sharon :: (781) 784-3600

This family farm has been offering the finest quality fruits and veggies — and flowers! — since 1982. Each spring and summer, bedding plants, hanging baskets, and perennials fill their greenhouses, and the pick-your-own fields have beautiful flowers ready to cut from early April to October!

Ferjulian’s Farm

7 Lewis Street, Hudson :: 978.562.3447

Wander through the fields as you pick flower to fill a Mason jar or a bucket — or purchase a subscription to cut your own flowers every week! Ferjulian’s grows more than 200 plant varieties, including 200,000 tulip bulbs, 20 types of lisianthus, 50 varieties of dahlias, and other specialty flowers, like asiatic lilies, oriental lilies, calla lilies, gladioulas, and sunflowers.

Wicked Tulips Flower Farm

400 Hog House Hill Road, Exeter, RI
90 Brown Avenue, Johnston, RI
382 Route 164, Preston, CT

New England’s largest tulip farm now offers cut-your-own flowers in three locations. Started by a husband-and-wife team who hand planted 60,000 tulips, Wicked Tulips now plants 1.5 million tulips with a tractor each year! This farm prides itself on its eco-friendly practices as it grows more than 100 varieties of tulips for visitors to ooh and ahh over! It’s worth the trip across state lines, especially since the Rhode Island flower farms are less than two hours from Boston!

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  1. Bringing cut flowers into the home can instantly transform your space. While it’s easy to grab a nice bouquet from the local market, it is even more satisfying picking the flowers yourself.


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