Whether you’re looking for tulip-picking farms in Oklahoma or you want to enjoy buying from a flower farmstand or pop-up, it can be hard to know where to go.
We only have a few tulip farms in Oklahoma that work directly with the public, and information on agritourism is always a bit hard to come by.
Luckily they are distributed across the state evenly, so there are farms near Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Lawton / Fort Sill.
These are the Oklahoma tulip farms that allow you to pick your own Tulips or have their own cut flowers to buy directly.
Can’t read now? Pin for later!
Do You Love Oklahoma Photography?
Map of Oklahoma Tulip Farms
Why Buy Tuplips Directly from Oklahoma Flower Farmers?
Buying tulips at farms – and picking your own – is fun! But it has many advantages beyond an entertaining day out.
Locally grown flowers are often fresher than flowers from big stores since those flowers can take days to transport and even be imported from overseas.
Another reason to support local farms is to enjoy flowers in season. This is especially true if you join a flower subscription or share plan, as the flowers in your share will change as the seasons change.
And there are benefits to going to the farm beyond the ultimate aesthetics of your flowers.
While you can buy lovely flowers from local florists, buying flowers directly from Oklahoma farmers is a great way to support small farms and family-owned businesses.
And besides supporting our farmers, you’ll also be helping Oklahoma’s bees!
Healthy gardens create the habitats that bees (and insects and birds) need to survive and thrive. It’s no secret that America’s bees are struggling, so buying flowers that benefit our local hives is a positive impact on our environment.
Why Pick Your Own Tulips in Oklahoma?
If you’re looking for a way to get outside and have a new experience, visiting a U-Pick tulip farm is a family-friendly activity that is different than visiting a local park or playground.
It’s also a great date idea, whether you want something casual for early in a courtship or you’ve been together for years. It’s always great to experience something new with your partner!
From groups of girlfriends on a post-brunch outing to grandparents looking for things to do with grandkids, this is a fun thing to do in springtime that is different, fun, photogenic, and benefits the community.
There aren’t many activities that are this win-win!
When is Tulip Season in Oklahoma?
While tulips usually begin blooming in late March through April, the actual tulip season varies year-to-year and is dependent on the weather.
So while you can use late March as a target for starting to enjoy tulip events, check with the specific farm you want to visit before planning your trip.
The best places to check for the farm’s information are on its website and social media. While some farms don’t update their websites every year, they do try to stay current on either their Facebook or their Instagram page.
For farms that have listed phone numbers, you can also call to confirm.
Tulip Farms in Oklahoma
Here are the tulip farms in Oklahoma that offer you-pick events, flower shares, farmstands with cut flowers or tulip bulbs, or special tulip events.
Note that every farm does not offer every service, and services can change from year to year. Always check with the farm directly before making plans.
Bayers Blooms is a small flower farm that specializes in wedding and event flowers, as well as spring and summer flower subscriptions.
While not a traditional u-pick farm, Bayers Blooms has one field entirely devoted to tulips and hosts one spring you-pick each year so that the public can come out and experience the farm first-hand.
This event is usually scheduled for mid to late March. Prices for the you-pick are $2.50 per tulip stem or 10 stems for $20.
Tulips are also part of their spring flower subscriptions, along with other springtime flowers like peonies.
In addition to the farm’s flowers, they also have a variety of cute merch like t-shirts and sweatshirts that can be ordered online.
For up-to-date you-pick information, sign up for the farm’s newsletter on their website’s contact page.
Farm Address: 10311 Brenna Drive, Perkins, 74059
Subscription Pick-Up Address: 1220 W 12th Ave, Stillwater, OK 74074
One of the biggest u-pick flower farms in Oklahoma, Oklahoma Tulips is located in Harrah. They have an ongoing schedule for you-picks each spring season.
Check their website directly for this year’s schedule.
They charge $5 to enter the flower fields. Children 3 and under are free, so coming with the whole family is encouraged!
Just make sure to keep an eye on kids so that they stay on the walking paths and out of the flower beds.
Once inside, photography is encouraged. To pick tulips, the cost is $2.50 per stem. You can also get ten stems for $20.
Oklahoma Tulips also sells over a dozen varieties of tulips on its website. You can order them in a bouquet of one dozen tulips or as a pack of forty tulip bulbs for you to plant in your tulip garden at home.
Address: 20844 SE 29th St, Harrah, OK 73045, USA
Petal Pusher Farms
The Irbys started Petal Pusher Farms in 2017, and they offer a wide variety of events and ways to enjoy their blooms.
While there’s no tulip you-pick scheduled this year, keep an eye on their website’s events calendar for scheduled you-picks and other fun events like romantic date nights and learning how to arrange your own bouquets.
If you want to enjoy their tulips, they come in some of their spring flower shares. Discuss the shares program with them directly before signing up to confirm tulips’ inclusion, as this can change from year to year.
Flower shares can be picked up at their farm in Purcell or the Flora Bodega in OKC.
For photographers looking for floral-themed and rustic locations, you can book a photography session to gain access to the farm and barns. Sessions are two hours long and cost $50.
If you are specifically looking for access to tulip beds, discuss this with them before booking.
Address: 24155 Bryant Avenue, Purcell, OK 73080
Platter Flats Pumpkin Patch
Don’t let the name fool you! This Oklahoma farm is more than a pumpkin patch.
Platter Flats hosts seasonal events throughout the year, including springtime daffodils and tulip you-picks, fairy garden parties, and eggs for sale.
In the autumn, you’ll find the pumpkin patch with pumpkins for sale, along with pumpkin carving competitions, hay rides, and corn mazes. While in the winter they have pictures with Santa.
There’s always something going on here, so follow their Facebook page to stay up to date!
Address: 254 Platter Flat Road, Mead, OK 74730
Sweet Hilltop Farm
Located in Okemah, Sweet Hilltop Farm specializes in cut flowers. They also sell natural cosmetics, skincare, and other homemade wellness products.
They host tulip you-picks each year, sell fresh-cut tulips with intact bulbs, and sell packs of ten tulip bulbs to plant at home.
The farm also specializes in English roses, so keep an eye on their Facebook page for all flower events as they pop up.
Address: N3690 Rd, Okemah, OK 74859
Tea & Country Estate
Located on a historic estate in Enid (hence the name) the Tea & Country Estate focuses on creating outdoor activities to help families create memories together.
This includes their tulip festival as well as you-pick tulip events featuring nine varieties of tulips.
U-Pick tulips are $2.50 per stem and $20 for twelve stems.
Check their website for their current u-pick tulips schedule.
They also host the Tulips for Tatas Breast Cancer Fundraiser, featuring a 5k run as well as a pickleball tournament and cornhole tournament. The event is a spirited affair, with live music and a candy drop.
Address: 406 E. Robertson Rd Enid, OK 73701
Located at the Dyer Family Farms, Tuker’s Tulips is a popular you-pick tulip farm that also offers flowers for sale at pop-ups.
Marissa Tucker runs the farm as a one-woman operation, and it is her voice and personality that make Tucker’s Tulips a local favorite.
Check the Tucker’s Tulips Instagram account for up-to-date you-pick and pop-up info.
Address: 17850 County Rd 1600 Lp, Ada, OK 74820, USA
Two Girls Tulips
This small family you-pick farm is located outside of Miami. Featuring over 13,000 tulips, they definitely won’t run out before you get there!
While the farm doesn’t have a website, you can keep up to date on social media. Follow their Facebook page for up-to-date you-pick schedules.
Address: 61851 East 140 Road, Miami, OK, United States, Oklahoma
Wild Lark Farm
Started in 2017, Wild Lark Farm features specialty and heirloom varieties of flowers in the spring and autumn.
The farm is not typically open to the public, but you can reserve a spot for their three-week Specialty Tulip Market.
You should also check their website for the latest news on their events and subscriptions.
Address: 20757 S 4170 Rd, Claremore, OK 74017
How to Get to Oklahoma Tulip Farms
The only way to get to a tulip farm in Oklahoma is to drive.
Because these events are so specific, I don’t think it would be possible to visit more than one in a day, but you can always see if the events coincide in a way that would allow for a tulip-themed road trip.
I have listed all of the addresses of the farms in this post. If you need to get directions that are more specific than putting the address in Google Maps, you can reach out to the individual farm directly.
Do You Need a Car for Your Trip?
It’s awfully hard to get around Oklahoma without a car. If you need to rent one, I use Discover Cars. You’ll be able to pick up a car at the airport or in your hometown.
Tips for Planning Your Flower Farm Visit
First, make sure the farm you want to visit is open during the time you plan to go. Farms have set schedules for you-pick events. They are not open to the public all day or even every day.
Second, dress for the occasion. Yes, you want to get nice photos, but make sure your footwear is appropriate for the weather and ground conditions.
Third, check before bringing any pets with you. Pets are not welcome on all farms.
Finally, make sure to respect the rules of each farm. Pay attention to where you are allowed to walk and don’t ruin any flowers that you aren’t planning on purchasing.
Other Ways to Enjoy Tulips in Oklahoma
There are a few other popular tulip-themed things to do in Oklahoma each spring.
First, check out your local botanical garden. The Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma City is hosting an artwork-oriented tulip festival, while the Tulsa Botanic Garden hosts one of the largest spring flower festivals in the region – including tulips!
For something special, you can head to Tulip & Table in Eufaula. This tearoom-meets-floral gift shop is the perfect place to enjoy spring flowers with your tea and crumpets (or even tomato bisque).
Other places to see tulips in Oklahoma include city parks, where flower beds of tulips seemingly pop up overnights, and weekend farmers markets where local farms that don’t open to the public still sell their blooms.
Frequently Asked Questions about Tulips in Oklahoma
These are the questions people ask the most often about seeing tulips and tulip farms in Oklahoma.
Where is Tulip Town in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma doesn’t have any town nicknamed Tulip Town, but we have several large tulip farms in this article worth visiting!
What is the name of the tulip festival in Oklahoma?
There are several local tulip festivals in Oklahoma. The Myriad Botanic Gardens Tulip Festival is one of the most well-known.
Where can you find a map of the tulip fields in Oklahoma?
I have a map listed toward the beginning of this post.
What is the best time to visit tulip farms?
Tulips only bloom in Oklahoma from mid-to-late March through April, though the exact weeks vary from year to year.
Where can I see tulips in Oklahoma?
You can see tulips at tulip farms, botanical gardens, city parks, and farmers markets.
Do tulips do well in Oklahoma?
Yes, you can grow tulips in Oklahoma that are varieties hardy enough to withstand our winter temperatures.
Can you pick tulips during spring break in Oklahoma?
While a day trip to a tulip farm sounds like a lovely way to spend a day during spring break, it’s not possible every year.
Check with each farm for their dates to see if tulip season will overlap with your family’s spring break this year.
Do tulips grow year-round in Oklahoma?
Tulips are planted in autumn and bloom in spring. However, it’s possible to grow tulips year-round in a greenhouse.
Pin this Guide to U-Pick Tulips and Other Tulip Farms in Oklahoma for Your Spring Adventures!
Stephanie Craig is a born-and-bred Oklahoma mom and travel expert who has been to over fifty countries. After traveling all over the world, Stephanie moved back to Oklahoma to explore more of her own backyard. Her favorite things to do in Oklahoma include visiting the Blue Whale of Catoosa, the Arcadia Round Barn, and the Talimena Scenic Byway.