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Sunflower Field 

     & U-Pick

Coastal Ridge Farm

Picayune, MS


Currently planting for the 2020 season.

 Hope to open late April or early May.

Sunflower Field & U-Pick

Come visit us. Relax and enjoy the serenity of a real flower farm

$10 Admission required. Includes: looking at the flowers, taking photos, and cutting one (1) bucket of flowers. Bring your own clippers & bucket !!

Last Call for sunflowers & zinnias.

Frost predicted for next week. 

Open: Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat.  9am - 4pm

Must text/call first.  601-918-3770 

Picayune, Mississippi 

 (north Hancock county)

The sunflowers are enjoying today's warm sunshine.


$10 (ages 12+) per person Cash Only

Entrance Fee required.

Entrance Fee allows:

Wander through our flower fields.

Take great photos.

BYO bucket & clippers if you want to cut a few flowers.

We provide water for your bucket.


No animals, music, or drones**.

Drive slowly - many pedestrians.

Cash Only. No cards.


Camera. Cash only.

Sun protection 

water to drink.

wear old shoes.


Rustic/rough farm conditions.

We do not accept complaints about:

weeds, tall weeds, ants, thorny weeds, pot holes, or any other act of nature. Pay Attention.

** Drone Policy: Call us and make an appt for 8:00-9:00 am.

Sunflower Field & U-Pick is "car friendly".

You can drive your cars close to the sunflower fields.  You can get back in and cool off with your AC. You can drive around the backside of the sunflower fields.

Car Friendly is great for:

tired people

 hot people

 old people,

people with many kids

people who carry buckets

The season is almost over.


Important Facts:

This is a working farm, not a manicured park. The ground is rough and uneven. It is not wheelchair accessible. Plenty of walking. Bring a folding lawn chair if you need to rest. Wear sturdy closed-toe shoes. We do not spray for insects/ants. Porta-potty.

 NO pets. No drones. 

No music.


sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, cold drink, camera.

BYO bucket, gloves & clippers if you want to cut a few flowers. 

Check Facebook or Instagram before coming if the weather looks bad!

CASH ONLY - our Internet signal is Not dependable enough to process cards.


Road 221 (watch for signs)

Picayune MS   


Located in north Hancock county, Mississippi.     Road 221 is off of Caesar Necaise Road.   (North of 603/53 junction )


From Waveland & Bay St. Louis:  Go north on Hwy 603. Left on Hwy 43 for about 8.5 miles. Right on Leetown Rd. At the stop sign turn right on Caesar Necaise Rd for about 1/2 mile. Right on Road 221. If you come to a bridge you've gone too far. We are BEFORE the Bridge Out.

From Gulfport area Bridge Out/Detour on CaesarNecaise Road if you come up via Hwy 53 and 603.

Not Recommended at this time.  Take I-10 to Delisle Exit 20 instead.

From Slidell: I-59 north to Mississippi. Exit 4 (Picayune/Kiln). Right onto Hwy 43. Get into the left lane for about 1 mile. Left on Caesar Road (by the portable buildings). Right at the Dollar General onto West Union/Caesar Necaise Road for about 5 miles. Right on Road 221. If you come to a bridge, you missed Road 221. We are BEFORE the Bridge Out.

 From Hattiesburg area:  I-59 south to Exit 10 (Carriere), left onto West Union Rd for about 8 miles. Right on Road 221.

If you come to a bridge you've gone too far. We are BEFORE the Bridge Out.

From Picayune:  Hwy 43 south past Walmart. Left on Caesar Rd (by the portable buildings). Right on West Union Rd (Dollar General) for about 5 miles. Right on Road 221. If you come to a bridge you've gone too far. We are BEFORE the Bridge Out.

From I-10: Exit 20 (Delisle). Go north onto Kiln Delisle Rd. Go right onto Hwy 603 (at Dolly's gas station & Ward's). Go left 

 onto Hwy 43. Go right onto Leetown/Old Kiln Rd. Go right onto Caesar Necaise Rd (at the stoplight). Go right onto Road 221. If you come to a bridge, you have passed Road 221. 

We are BEFORE the Bridge Out.

How to pick zinnias

Fully open or nearly so is best for zinnias. Immature ones will never make it. Look for the little yellow florets around the center.  3 or 4 yellow florets is great, and so is a full ring of them.

Next, give it the gentle "wiggle test". Give it a gentle wiggle under the "neck". Does it seem fairly stiff at the neck of the flower?  If it is still floppy, it will never get any better. You want the stiff ones. 

Reach down the stem as far as the next "connection" to the main stem. Cut here!!  Do not cut the whole plant. Cut each flower individually.

Available at the Sept/Oct U-Pick.

Come visit us this year.

 We're looking forward to seeing you. 

Email:   [email protected]

We're a small family farm and we'd love to share our flowers with you. 

Contact us to learn more!