3 flower farms near Boston

The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming. Pick up your tickets now to one of these three farms near Boston to pick-your-own flowers.


Tulip season ended early at this Hudson stop but the farm stand will be open at Ferjulian’s Farm this summer.

Photo via @withlovebybug

Tulip season is winding down early this year, so make plans now to visit a local farm and pick-your-own flowers. Not sure where to look? We found three farms within driving distance of downtown Boston to visit to pick tulips this week.

Tip Top Tulips, 20 Lowes Ln., Ipswich | ~30 miles

  • Open daily at 9 a.m., grab tickets to pick flowers + feed the alpacas on the farm. Pro tip: this location also offers goat yoga on Sunday mornings.

Ward’s Berry Farm, 614 South Main St., Sharon | ~28 miles

  • Tickets are available at the “Pick-Your-Own tent” daily for access to the fields, which include a hayride.

Cider Hill Farm, 45 Fern Ave., Amesbury | ~45 miles

  • There will be limited opportunities to visit the patch for Mother’s Day weekend, so set a reminder that tickets will be available on Thursday, May 11 at 6:30 p.m.

If you miss picking tulips this year, there will be other seasonal blooms available + berries ready for pickin’ soon.

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