Hana Field is Tanaka Farms’ secondary location which specializes in U-Pick flowers. Their most popular flower is most definitely the sunflower.
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Hana Field Visiting Information
- 427 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
- Friday: 3-6 pm (fields close at 7pm)
- Saturday-Sunday: 10 am – 5 pm (fields close at 6pm)
- Dates and hours of operations may change. We recommend calling them beforehand to confirm their business hours.
- Entry price:
- General admission is $5 per person (ages 3 & above).
- Children ages 2 & under are free. This does not include flower picking.
- Military gets free admissions.
- Hana Field keepsake flower cup for $20 to fill with 15 u-pick flowers.
- Time spent:
- 1 ½ hour
- What we packed:
- Stroller/Wagon friendly:
- Kinda, We wouldn’t recommend a wagon since the grounds are uneven.
- Porta potties
- What we observed:
- Hana field is not located at the Tanaka Farms in Irvine.
- Best to make reservations online.
- Bring your own cutting utensils to cut the sunflower stem.
- Loose dirt and uneven ground so we recommend closed-toe shoes.
- Bring an umbrella since there is no shade and lots of water.
- Be aware of bees on the sunflowers.
- Other places to visit in the area:
- Nate’s Corner across the street to eat some some of Orange County’s Best Breakfast Burritos
What We Said In Our Hana Field Video
In addition to sunflowers, Hana Field also has a large color variety of zinnias and snapdragons. Their current crops are blooming throughout July, and they’re taking online reservations now. We’ll link the website in the description below. So jump on it quickly if you’re thinking about going.
We had a fun time on our visit. We bought a u-pick bucket that allowed us to pick up to 15 flowers, which was more than enough. However, the number of sunflowers and prices may change on demand, so check before you go.
The only real drawback of our visit was the heat. Temps were around 85 by the time we finished at 11:30 am, and the lack of shade had us wishing we didn’t forget some umbrellas. Other than that, our only other bump in the road was convincing Kairi not to pick 15 pink zinnias immediately. Once she realized we weren’t in a rush, we had fun building out the most colorful bouquet possible. Not to mention we got to eat some of our favorite breakfast burritos across the street at Nate’s Korner on the way out!
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Of course, you could always visit their main U-Pick Farm in Irvine if you’re looking for more.
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