*The Sunflower Meadow is now closed for this summer, we look forward to seeing you again next year!*
Our very popular Sunflower Meadow is back for 2021!
The Sunflowers are a wonderful sight, but above all the field is providing the perfect habitat for an abundance of insects, pollinators and other species.
We'd love to take this opportunity to share with you why the Sunflowers are here.
We farm with nature in a number of different ways. By planting the Sunflowers, we have created a habitat like no other! The unsung heroes of Farming - bees, butterflies, insects and other pollinators - have made themselves at home on this nectar rich field. If you're quiet, you may be able to hear the buzzing of busy bees.
With their deep tap roots, the Sunflowers are a fantastic break crop from our usual grass and arable rotation. Their roots aerate the soil whilst also creating a nutrient rich base for our future crops, which ensures our next crop thrives.
Not only is the Sunflower Meadow good for nature and for our soil, but it is also a wonderful spectacle to help lift spirits. With the colour yellow representing happiness, optimism and warmth, this bright field is something comforting and enjoyable during these strange and uncertain times.
How To Visit
If you are planning to visit us, please note that the Sunflower Meadow is only accessible via our farm yard. See below for opening days and prices.
Friday 27th. 10am - 5pm
Saturday 28th . 10am - 5pm
Sunday 29th. 10am - 5pm
Monday 30th. 10am - 5pm (Bank Holiday)
Friday 3rd. 10am - 5pm
Saturday 4th. 10am - 5pm
Sunday 5th. 10am - 5pm
*Saturday 11th. 10am - 5pm*
* Sunday 12th. 10am - 5pm*
To be paid on arrival
Car Park & Entry - £5 per vehicle
Entry - £2 per person
Under 5's - Free
We will also have our famous Little Heath Farm BBQ serving delicious food along with refreshments and Ice Cream!
Dogs are welcome but must be on a short lead at all times.
Wear suitable footwear.
Don't pick or damage the Sunflowers.
Opening is dependent on weather and all updates can be found on our website and Instagram @littleheathfarm.