Wade into a sea of sunflowers this season at P-6 Farms. Recently, the farm in Montgomery has opened their gorgeous field to the public with sunflowers as far as the eye can see! [Featured image: @stephezinho]
Planted in Houston’s backyard of Montgomery, P-6 Farms is home to a beloved annual pumpkin patch and fall festival, not to mention blackberries, kettle corn, all sorts of attractions for the kiddos, and skies filled with butterflies. Additionally, the farm features a vast sunflower field that is now open to the public.
From now until June 19, the farm is hosting their seasonal Blooms & Berries Fest. Running from 9 am to 1 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, the festival invites visitors to pick blackberries straight off the vine, stroll through its sunflower field, and take in the scenery.
As for the berries, each bucket will cost $1.50 at checkout, with the berries themselves priced at $6 per pound. Pickers must use a P-6 Farms bucket which are available for purchase at the farm. Visitors must also only pick ripe blackberries from the designated field.
Beyond the blooms and berries, the farm features numerous attractions and vintage rides for the whole family. Those include: tire mountain, cow train, Ol’ Tin Wheel, duck races, roller coaster, jumping pillow, Poole’s Peak, and more!
In other floral news, be sure to check out Texas’s bounteous supply of bluebonnets before the season ends!
This fall, be sure stop by P-6 Farms for their fabulous Fall Festival. From pumpkin patches to pumpkin houses, wheel barrow rides to hay rides, apple blasters to roller coasters and more – there’s no shortage of fun to be had at P-6 Farms this fall.