Sunflower Fields in Middle Tennessee and Nashville Area


Sunflowers are sentimental and special to me. My grandmother loves them, and has always had her house decorated in them as long as I can remember. So anytime I think of or see a sunflower, I immediately think of her. We have several farms and fields around Middle Tennessee that you and your family can visit and take advantage of a beautiful photo op, and take a bouquet home with you. Let us know if you visit and share your pictures!

Sunflower Fields in Middle Tennessee
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Sunflower Fields in Middle Tennessee and Nashville Area

Lucky Ladd Farm
4374 Rocky Glade Rd.
Eagleville, TN 37060

Lucky Ladd is a great little farm outside of Murfreesboro, in Eagleville. They have so much family fun available, but they also have a sunflower field. The summer blooms are usually around late-June to mid-July and they also have a fall bloom as well. You can wander around and take as many pictures as you like! You can also buy flowers to take home.

Red River Farms
5350 Draper Rd.
Springfield, TN 37172

Red River Farms is located just 30 minutes north of Nashville, in Springfield. They actually have a Sunflower festival on July 12-14. Admission is $15 per person and kids under 4 are free. They will have vendors, a hayride to the fields, photo ops and helicopter rides! There will also be a sunflower maze. They grow fresh produce, so grab that as well to stock your fridge. Be sure and add this to your calendar!

Big Sky Farms
264 Centerpoint Road
Portland, TN 37148

Big Sky Farm has over 100,000 blooms ready to pick and enjoy in your home, or take beautiful photos with, during their first ever Sunflower Days July 26-28 & August 2-4.

Located just 15 minutes north of Gallatin and spanning over 40-acres, Big Sky Farm has become a top agritourism destination. Located in the heart of Sumner County, Big Sky Farms has been visited by several thousand Tennessee and Kentucky residents during their opening Christmas tree selling season in 2022.

Big Sky Farm owner Justin Diel said the “Five photogenic acres of eye-high sunflowers, zinnias, and cosmos are waiting for families and photographers to enjoy and explore.”

Many families and photographers from across the region are expected to attend Sunflower Days and capture thousands of pictures. Also while there, visitors can build their own custom bouquet of freshly bloomed flowers from the fields, sip on farm fresh lemonade, or enjoy a wagon ride.

For more information, contact Savannah Diel at [email protected].

Honeysuckle Hill Farm
1765 Martins Chapel Church Road
Springfield, TN 37172

Honeysuckle Hill Farm has a fall festival during September 23- October 29th. During this time, you can come and pick a fresh bouquet of zinnias and sunflowers from the 2 acre flower patch.


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Heather Seay
I am a single mom to two beautiful girls, Madison and Ellie. I work from home for a software company based out of Austin, and also work as a Plunder Design jewelry stylist. I live in Murfreesboro, and love suburban life! I am active in my church, World Outreach, and love supporting my alma mater MTSU. You can find me in Nashville any given Sunday in the fall, cheering on my beloved Titans! I am a huge football enthusiast, and love sports in general. In my downtime, I enjoy binging on Gilmore Girls, which I have seen over a hundred times each- it's a lifestyle!


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