Visit Ohio Flower Farm 

Free admission, Free Picture taking, visit Darby Creek Fields and Flowers, admire the beauty of daylilies, relax and wonder through the 13 fields of flowers. Not only are all of the lilies in the fields for sale, but they make perfect photo and learning opportunities. 

When to Visit 

 Mid June – July the 25,000 flowers are breathtaking summer bloom is something to see.  It is an excellent trip to take with a garden club or with  young children.   You can set an appointment or come by during operational hours, a picture hand book is available to look through pictures  and scout before they start to bloom to enjoy full bloom at your own home!


 Darby Creek Fields and Flowers can also host bus tours and large group events tours or garden club meetings. It is a perfect backdrop for a get-together, either in a shaded grass area under the maple trees’ canopy or in the barn space. Drinks and snacks are available for groups. 

 Other sites around town 

 Central Ohio include the Franklin Park Conservatory, a large collection of all types of plants and flowers both inside and outside year round. It is located off East broad Street in Downtown Columbus. 

 The Columbus Park of Roses is a beautiful public garden with tulips in the spring.  There is no admission needed, and it is located in Columbus, near High Street in Clintonville.

 Lohstroh Family Farms, Mt Sterling Ohio, known for Sunflowers in August, and pumpkins in the fall, open through December. Circle S farm Grove City Ohio,  known for pumpkin and hay rides in the fall, and strawberries mid summer.

~By Michaela Kopczewski