Northwest Ohio is home to several flower farms that allow visitors to come, experience their flowers and even pick a few blooms to take home for themselves.
The Northeast Region of Ohio is a treasure trove when it comes to sunflower fields. It seems that these fields pop up around every winding turn along a country road.
In western Ohio, the best place to see sunflowers in all of their natural glory is in Yellow Springs.
Some of the largest sunflower fields in Ohio are located in the heart of the state, outside of Columbus.
In Southwest Ohio, many people flock to Cincinnati in late September or early October in order to see the sunflower fields in bloom.
Further toward the Appalachian region, it can be more difficult to find sunflower fields, but Fuhrmann Orchards is one place where local residents and visitors can find fresh-cut sunflowers in the late summer and early fall months.