Glorious Sunflower Farms

Puerto Rico has a wonderful climate for year-round growing of many ornamental and food crops. Lately, sunflowers have become all the rage. They are so beautiful and popular, so a number of sunflower farms have opened around the island. Some are just for growth and production of the cut flowers, but a few are open to the public for enjoyment, photographs and/or purchases.

Sunflowers seem to grow very well near the coasts here in Puerto Rico, and they are hardy flowers that last a long time as cut flowers.

Sunflower Farms

Finca Girasoles in Guánica – Open to the Public

At this farm, you can walk through the fields of sunflowers to take photos. There are usually at least 8-10 rows in bloom, sometimes more. They sell the cut flowers, seeds, and perhaps some other locally-grown produce.

Cost is $2 per car to enter.

Usually open daily from 9am until 3pm or 5pm. But it is best to call, or check their Facebook page, for current schedule because they will close due to rain/mud, or if there aren’t enough flowers in bloom.

You can call them at 939-402-7967 for more information.

You can visit their Facebook page for more information.

They have a porta-potty on-site.

This farm is located just a few minutes off Route 2 in Guánica. From Route 2, take exit 194 to Route 116, then turn right onto Route 326, then quick left and first right onto Road 331 (Calle 4) then right onto Calle 8 until right at end … you will see the farm and a gate with the sign. Go through the gate, pay the guy $2, and he will tell you where to go to park and see the flowers.

Los Girasoles de Isabela – Open to the Public

At this farm, you can walk through the fields of sunflowers to take photos. They sell the cut flowers, seeds, and perhaps some other locally-grown produce.

free to enter. Flowers are $2 each.

Usually open Thursday- Saturday from 9am until 4pm, sometimes Sunday from 2pm- 5pm. But it is best to call, or check their Facebook page, for current schedule because they will close due to rain/mud, or if there aren’t enough flowers in bloom.

You can call them at 787-677-2141 or 787-677-2244 for more information.

You can visit their Facebook page for more information.

Call for directions…from RT 2, turn onto Calle Canada, then at the T, turn left and then a quick right onto Calle Casimira Castro. The farm is on the left, just a little past the houses. 18.484713, -67.040927

Sunflower Farms

Finca de Rustica in Naguabo – Open by Appointment

This farm is working toward a “U-pick” format, but you can buy the flowers already cut, planted in pots, or just the seeds if you want to grow your own. They also have other types of flowers available.

Cost is $5 per car to enter.

Check their Facebook page for current hours/days of operation. They will close due to rain or lack of flowers.

You can call them at 787-465-0417 or send them an email at fincaderustica@gmail.com for more information.

You can visit their Facebook page for more information.

Call them, write to them through their Facebook page, or send them an email for directions and to check their hours.

Sunflower Farms

Girasoles de Puerto Rico in Santa Isabel – Bulk Cut-flower Purchases

This farm in Santa Isabel is much more of a “production” farm, focusing on bulk sales of cut flowers. An interesting thing about this farm is that their fields are among the huge power-generating wind turbines that you see as you drive along Route 52 in Santa Isabel.

You can send them an email at girasolesagroveg@gmail.com for more information.

You can visit their Facebook page for more information.

Details

If you visit any of these farms, remember these are working farms — wear appropriate shoes for walking on dirt (it may be a muddy), wear a hat and sunscreen, and bring a bottle of water. Prices for cut flowers vary, but they are usually about $2.50 per large sunflower stem.

Use this map to locate places mentioned in this article. You can click on a placemark to view the GPS coordinates for that place.

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