Every year, flower fields around the state signal the changing of the seasons, beckoning with their vibrant hues and heavenly aromas and quietly showing off their short-lived beauty. But while we absolutely adore the sight of multicolored spring wildflowers blooming upstate and our bountiful urban gardens near the city, we can’t help but fall in love with all of the small town farms dotting The Empire State that features their own seemingly endless oceans of floral beauty.
Unique to each season and carefully tended by local families, these flower farms and fields are definitely photo-worthy in their prime. In fact, for a visit to one of the most spectacular, Instagrammable spots in New York, a trip to the stunning sea of sunflowers at Frederick Farms in Clifton Springs is an absolute summer must-do. Check it out!
Endless rows of towering yellow flowers, each turning their heads upward toward the sun and basking visitors in their warm, gentle glow… talk about the perfect end-of-summer day trip! A huge shoutout to CR Aerial Photography for the drone footage!
While Frederick Farms will not be open to the public for the 2020 season, be sure to save this to your NY adventure list and keep an eye on their Facebook page and Instagram (@frederick_farms) for future updates!