Answers to most common questions:
Zinnia field UPDATE 9/13/21: Our all white zinnia field is past its prime for perfect photos this season...you will still find a few white blooms to U-pick if you like! Our full color zinnia field, while past its prime, is still quite beautiful. Plenty of blooms for U-pick!
We now have TWO U-Pick Zinnia fields:
1 acre of Multi-Color Zinnias and 1 acre of All-White Zinnias
- Yes, our Zinnia fields are open to the public for a U-pick experience.*
- Each of our Zinnia fields are 1 full acre of beautiful blooms!
- We offer a U-Pick experience. $1/stem, or 12 stems/$7.50
- Guests are encouraged to bring their own picking baskets and scissors.
- We also offer a Make & Take Flower Bar with vases available for purchase or complimentary flower bag to hold water.
- Up-to-date info will be on our Facebook and Instagram pages
- The Zinnia fields will be open the same hours as our Farm Market *
* Monday-Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm, Sundays 12:00pm-5:00pm
Our fields do close promptly at 5:00pm!
* Last guest permitted to the fields at 4:45 p.m.
Sorry, no exceptions. ☹
- We are a family owned, working farm and we are early to rise!
- Liability issues also do not permit us to allow guests to remain on the property after business closing time unattended.
- You may take snapshot-photographs in the Zinnia field any time during regular business hours*
We are not scheduling any private appointments at this particular time.
- Professional Photographers are welcome to photograph clients in the Zinnia field during regular business hours only *
** PLEASE see Professional Photographer pricing and policy prior to coming.**
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Please tag us in your photographs and use hashtag #rendlemanorchards!
Sorry. We do NOT allow any photographers in the orchards at all.
- We are a commercial farm and our Global Food Safety Certification does not allow the general public in our orchards near food.
Yes, we do have public restrooms!
Remember: We are OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: Mon-Fri 9-5 and Sun 12-5
Did we mention…
Don’t forget to stop in the Farm Market for some fresh-picked, tree-ripened apples to take home!!!