Locations with Fields of Crops
For Filming and Photoshoots
Take a look at our varied range of locations with fields of crops for hire, nationwide.
What Crops and When?
As the only specialist locations agency in the UK, trust us to provide the right information about what crops are growing in Britain’s fields, and what they look like, and when. We look after a wide range of farms, growing all sorts of crops from the classic types of wheat and barley, to more unusual varieties, such as borage, sunflowers, miscanthus and linseed. We also have connections with large vegetable farms and salad leaf farms too.
Here’s a taster for what to expect and when
Miscanthus (elephant grass) stands tall and golden.
Autumn sown cereal crops (eg wheat, barley, oilseed rape) are green and up to 1 foot high
APRIL to JUNE, the soil warms up, more crops are planted and growth is vigorous
Yellow oilseed rape starts to flow (turns to seed pods early June)
Cereal crops get taller and stay green until June – they turn golden with the sun and heat
Pretty floral crops start flowering in June (eg fields of borage (blue), linseed (blue), flax (white))
SUMMER, the golden phase
From late June, crops of corn turn to gold – wheat, barley, oats and rye
Harvest starts from mid July to mid Sepetmber, so standing crops are available throughout the whole of Summer
Maize grows tall (up to 8 feet) and slowly fades to gold in the very late Summer
Sunflowers in full bloom in September
Tall maize turns golden and is harvested late September/October
New crops are planted for next year