Field Vegetables – Flower Picking at Ramat Hasharon

Field Vegetables sells fruit and vegetables in Ramat Hasharon and Petach Tikva. Moreover, in Spring, they offer flower picking.

When is the flower-picking season?

During our visit, we were allowed to pick buttercup flowers and anemones. Anemones bloom usually from the second half of January till the end of March. Buttercup flowers, also known as Ranunculus, usually bloom from the end of March until the end of May.

Note: the exact dates depend on the weather. Thus, it is always better to contact (the official site) and check the availability.


Field Vegetables in Ramat Hasharon is located on Ha-Saraf Street. The easiest way to reach it is by entering its name into Waze.

Directions for drivers: Link to Waze and Link to Google Maps
Directions for public transport: Link to Moovit

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Interactive map of the area:


  • Hotels, hostels, and apartments in this area:


There is dirt parking by the store and the flower fields.


Opening Hours

Opening hours of Ramat Hasharon farmer’s market:

Sunday – Wednesday: 08:00 – 19:00
Thursday: 07:00 – 19:00
Friday: 07:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 08:00 – 16:00

Entrance Fee

You can enter and take photos for free. However, if you want to pick flowers, it will cost money. During our visit (March 2024), the price was 25 NIS for twenty flowers.

Also, inside the store, you can find bouquets of different types of flowers (and they will probably cost more).

Picking Flowers

We headed to the anemone field after asking for the price and taking a knife from the store.

We visited in mid-March, towards the end of the anemone blooming season. Most of them were fully open.

Here are several photos:

Then, we headed to the field of sunflowers. A sign stated that picking sunflowers was forbidden (but you could buy them in the store), so after taking several photos, we headed to the nearby field.

At our next stop, we picked Buttercups.

Farmers Market

When we finished picking flowers, we went to the store to buy some fruits and pay for the flowers we had picked.

Here are several photos of the store:

Agrotourism Attractions

You can find similar attractions in the Agrotourism category. And here are a selected few:


The visit (flower picking and purchasing at the store) took us a little more than an hour. It was a lovely experience. It is a short ride, you can purchage fruits and vegetables and kids love the picking activity. And if you are looking for additional activity nearby, check the map at the top.

That’s all for today, and I’ll see you in future travels!

Stay Tuned!

For similar events, see Agrotourism.


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