Ontario's largest lavender farm is now open for summer (PHOTOS)
FEATURED ON THE LISTED GUIDE
If you’re looking for the perfect way to spend a warm, sunny day, a day trip to Terre Bleu lavender farm needs to be in order.
The farm, which is located just an hour north-west of the city, is now open for its summer season and will stay open until August, giving you plenty of time to explore the farm.
Not only is Terre Bleu the largest lavender farm in Ontario, it’s 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 from June through to the end of its season in August.
In addition to the incredible sights, the farm also sells a range of lavender infused gifts, hosts photography shoots, and yoga classes on its beautiful grounds.
Keep in mind that the farm is currently in its high season, and weekends can get very busy, so make sure to plan your visit accordingly.
So, if you feel like seeing purple hues as far as the eye can see and perfectly manicured rows of the most beautiful smelling plants, you need to plan your trip to Terre Bleu soon.
When: Open now until the end of August
Time: July and August: Monday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm. The last entry into the farm is 4:30 pm
Where: Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, 2501, Sideroad 25, Milton
Price: Adults are $15 during the week and $20 on the weekend. Kids two and under are free