Here's how you can visit a picturesque lavender farm this summer

Jul 2 2020, 10:05 am

If you’re looking for the ideal way to spend a warm and sunny day, a day trip to Terre Bleu lavender farm is in order.

And lucky for you, though operations are running differently this year (what in the world is normal right now?) there’s still a way to get yourself to this gorgeous destination.

The farm, located just an hour north-west of Toronto at 2501 25 Side Road in Campbellville, is now open for summer-season visits through an exclusive ticket system.

While the farm won’t open for general admission this year, small numbers of tickets are being released to those on the spot’s “friends of the farm” email list.


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“Of course anyone can join the list simply by going to our website and adding [your] name,” reads an Instagram post shared by Terre Bleu.

“Also customers who have supported our farm with purchases from our online store will be given first chance to buy some of the limited tickets available.”

Over the next while, those on the email list will receive information about how to buy tickets for this summer’s bloom.

Not only is Terre Bleu the largest lavender farm in Ontario, but it’s also home to over 40,000 lavender plants, making it a must-visit for flower enthusiasts.

Each year, Terre Bleu harvests nine different varieties of lavender in their fields, all of which bloom at different times during the summer season, creating picturesque colour in the fields.

If all this appeals to you, be sure to join the farm’s email list and watch for information on how you can get your hands on tickets this summer.

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