Closed until Fall 2015
A Fun Way to Spend Your Day!
When you see this, you know you’ve arrived! Soon we’ll be seeing familiar and new faces here on the farm. Visit Johnson Farms in the spring and fall, where you’re far from the city, but close to your home!
WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER
June 6, 2015
Our cart sale accomplished what we wanted: our greenhouse is empty. Thanks to all who purchased their plants from us over the last two months. We are now concentrating on the fall season: pumpkins, mums, vegetables, playground, mazes and our animals. Please Like us on Facebook for updates throughout the summer and make sure you are on our email list for each season. Just click on the newsboy on any of our webpages and follow the prompts. We hope to see you in September for More Flowers and Fun.
Bandana Deal Discounts
April 12, 2015
From time to time within the season we will announce a Bandana Deal. All it takes is a show of your bandana and you get the deal.
You may not even know until you get here about the deal, but with your bandana, no problem!
Buy a Johnson Farms bandana @ $2.99 and provide your personal contact info on site.
Then watch for emails from us about special Bandana Deals on a weekly or sporadic basis. Please puchase these at the register area upon arrival to choose one of three colors then keep it handy for every visit to Johnson Farms this spring and fall!
April 26, 2014
Have you received emails from us this month? If not, please update or add your email address by clicking on the Newsboy Coupon Club icon on this page. You won't want to miss any of our emails, so check your spam folder at least once per week after you sign up in case your server delivers the first few there! Looking good at Johnson's, and we know you'll love our prices.
Why to Shop at Johnson Farms
March 11, 2013
Johnson Farms Plants and Pumpkins exists to provide only the highest quality plants and produce in a beautiful, relaxed setting. Two generations of Johnsons collaborate to run two very different seasons of business - a greenhouse operation in spring and a pumpkin patch in the fall. Since both seasons are heavily dependent on the land and the weather we employ sustainably wise growing methods in the greenhouse and outside in the soil.
So, why should you drive out to the farm this spring, especially if you're never done so before?
1) When you visit Johnson Farms you will meet our knowledgeable staff. They are friends and neighbors and have a deep passion for what our farm provides for the community every year. And, as you'll discover, their passion is contagious.
2) You'll be impressed by our selection, prices and organization. Have you ever walked into a garden center and felt claustrophobic? Not here. We grow what we know will grow in Kansas City. And, it's at an affordable price in an easy to shop atmosphere. Can't find it? Our staff will lead you to it and/or suggest an alternative.
3) Johnson Farms is a short, pleasant drive to 177th and Holmes. Forget those funky, winding back roads. We're just 15 minutes south of the Three Crossings (the intersection of I-470, I-435 and U.S. Highway 71/49). Look for the wide-open blue sky!
4) We grow what we sell, and we do a really good job. Growing good stuff is a must when your season is shorter than nurseries in the heart of suburbia. Visiting us early is really important since our great prices and superior products often sell out quickly. When you see our everyday fill-a-flat discount you'll understand. We always refer to "bathing suit sales." If you want the top to match the bottom you need to buy early! (Okay, if you're a guy reading this you may not get it but suffice to say... visit early for best selection.)
5) Like to save money? So do we! We send discounts, specials and important news to customers who provide us with their email address. This is a no-brainer just click on the newsboy in the header of this page.
When you buy from Johnson Farms you're supporting a local farm mindful of the environment, passionate about sustainable living, and all the while offering beauty for the home at affordable prices. We look forward to meeting you soon
Gleaning Event 2012
October 29, 2012
Here is a picture of some of the people who attended our second annual Gleaning Event here at the farm on Saturday. They collectively are responsible for harvesting around 7 full bins of produce for Harvesters to bestow upon agencies in the next couple of months. Thanks to all who participated. May the blessings come back to you in more ways than one.
Marry Me Bri!
October 29, 2012
We're happy to announce the engagement of Second Lieutenant Nick Tygard to Bri Hanschu. It happened in the pumpkin patch on Satuday, 10/27. After looking for the perfect pumpkin, she found these and said YES! Congratulations and many blessings on your marriage.
Jackson's family's annual visit
September 23, 2012
I knew these folks looked familiar. They come at the beginning of the season when it's quieter and they can search the field for these gorgeous fruits of the vine. Thank you to Jackson and his family for making us part of their harvest tradition.
Have you ever seen such a happy harvester?
September 18, 2012
Our friend Brenda with the first fruits of harvest from our fields. We trade Brenda artwork for pumpkins and flowers, and she ran right over today when she was given the go-ahead to gather up a wheelbarrow of fall's bounty. All this will be available for our guests beginning Saturday, Sept. 22. Come out and perhaps you'll meet one of three artists upon whom we rely for adding their artistic touch to the farm. Open from 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday...
Pumpkin Popper captured in action
October 25, 2011
A customer named Aaron Beck captured Jim Johnson blowing off some steam, or shall we say, some pumpkins. Super cool shot! Thanks for sharing!
Vegetable Gleaning Event participants
October 20, 2011
The Decker Family came out today with intentions of pumpkin harvesting and playground fun. Dad came too! Mom listened to the details of the gleaning event, and decided that sure was a good deal, headed out to the vegetable field and discovered how much fun she and her family were having, then she asked if they could come back tomorrow! Here's their first go at vegetable harvesting; not bad at all, boys!
UPDATE: NO GLEANING NEEDED ON FRIDAY: REGULAR ADMISSION POLICY WILL BE IN EFFECT
Painting Pumpkins Pink
September 30, 2011
It's that time of year again. Our second annual Family Fun Festival benefitting cancer patients in need through Midwest Cancer Care. Come on out and stop by their table for information on prevention, treatment and support options. WHile you're here, sign up for a raffle, visit with Whistle the Clown, have your characterture drawn, face painted, or just try to spot Gnathan The Gnome (WHO?). All this Sunday, Oct 2 from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is $10 for ages 3 and over. All the other weekend fun as usual too: pig races, Pumpkin Popper and Pumpkin Chomper.
Go watch them dye the fountains on Saturday, and visit us on Sunday for a plethora of PINK!
Please click here to view.
Somebody topped Andrew today!
September 26, 2011
Donna of Container Creations hunted, harvested and hauled in all five of these wheelbarrows today. (Okay, so that would've been quite an impressive feat! She had some help from us farmhands at the end.) Somebody's doorstep is the intended location for most of these. It was nearly 600 lbs. of pumpkins. What a dame! If you want the big ones, don't wait too long before you come to harvest. Open Mon-Fri, Noon to 6 pm; Sat and Sun, 9 am to 6 pm.
Cider Slushies in a pumpkin sipper
September 24, 2011
Evidently this drink is so delicious that you don't put it down even if you're getting your picture taken. Aurora said "Cheese" with the straw still stuck between her teeth! Glad you had a good day here, Aurora!
Visit to Boys Grow
August 11, 2010
We finally had a chance when both our and Boys Grow schedules met up, so we took a drive out to KCK to take a look at their operation and hand over the check that our customers in July made possible during our blow out benefit. These boys along with the help of two mentors planted, tended and are now harvesting tomatoes, peppers, herbs and even sweet corn! They hope to manufacture a Boys Grow line of salsa and learn to market the product. Click here to see the NBC action News piece.
Keep up the good work, boys!
Here’s a picture of one of our antique tractors getting ready to pull wagons of folks up to the pumpkin patch. First pull up starts on September 20!
See you soon!
The secret is out...Johnson's is the place for quality, selection, service and price!
The Johnson Family has been in the farming business for over thirty years, and we’re excited about sharing the beauty of our 140 acre farm with you. For Fall 2010, we will be presenting a plentiful harvest from 60 acres of pumpkins and decorative produce, as well as hardy mums. We are a greenhouse in the spring, a summer produce purveyor in the summer and a pumpkin patch in the fall. We’re proud of our family farm and want to share our enthusiasm with you. The Johnson Farm provides your family an opportunity to escape to the country and take pleasure in nature’s bounty. We look forward to seeing you time and time again.