Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Visiting lavender fields is the perfect day trip or weekend getaway from the city! Witness incredible views with lavender stretched as far as your eye can see. After a day spent in endless fields of gorgeous blooms, shop for some of the most luxurious lavender products around.

Here are some beautiful lavender farms to get lost in, that are within a few hours or less from the city. These farms are the perfect summer photo opp!

Lavender season runs approximately from mid-June to mid-August.

Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Photo: The Giving Place

The Giving Place

The Giving Place is located in the quaint town of Mt. Albert, Ontario on 8 1/2 acres of land. This small, all natural, and pesticide free family farm has planted over 2,000 English and French lavender plants. The Giving Place is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of busy days. The farm is open Monday to Saturday however it is closed for walk in’s so you will need to make an appointment. The Sunday Market is open from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. A wide range of natural products including honey are offered. Curbside pickup is available when you shop online. Find chocolate covered strawberries with lavender, and smash cakes!

Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Photo: Kelso Lavender

Kelso Lavender

  • 8649 Appleby Line, Milton, Ontario L0P 1B0
  • 647-473-4007
  • $ Inquire - Not open for season yet

Kelso Lavender is a family-run lavender farm in Milton, established in 2017. The farm is home to over 16,000 lavender plants grown through organic farming methods. You can shop their amazing lavender products online. The farm will reopen very soon in July (lavender blooms from late June to late July). Check their website for details.

Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Photo: Lochland Botanicals

Lochland Botanicals

Lochland Botanicals is an over 50 acre family farm that offers a vast array of herbs and flowers, in the Milton area. They offer U-Pick herbs and flowers, wellness-based classes and workshops, as well as toxin free, artisanal herbal and floral products for culinary, cosmetic, and aromatherapy purposes. You can also shop online. Stroll their lavender fields on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 5pm. Tickets must be purchased online, in advance.

Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Photo: Neob Lavender

NEOB Lavender

  • 758 Niagara Stone Rd. Niagara On The Lake, ON, L0S 1J0
  • 905-682-0171
  • Tickets: $10 per person

This Niagara-on-the-Lake lavender Boutique allows you to roam the lavender field and aromatic greenhouse. Shop their boutique with over 200 real essential oils products made right in Niagara. Curbside pickup is available. Open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Photo: Stonewell Farm

Stonewell Farm

  • 9762 Wellington Road 42, Erin, Ontario, N0B1T0
  • 905-757-8781
  • Tickets: $11.50 per person - Children under 2 are free

Stroll the fields or shop the store for high quality lavender products. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Your admission gets you a mini-tour, free time to take pictures and a visit in the pop-up shop. Photography services offered. Open Tuesday to Friday.

Visit A Lavender Farm In & Around The GTA

Photo: Terre Bleu

Terre Bleu Lavender Farm

  • 2501, Sideroad 25, Campbellville, ON, L0P 1B0
  • 519-512-0522
  • Tickets start at $20 per person (Family packs available)

Terre Bleu which means Blue Earth is a family run business and an award-winning farm. It's the largest lavender farm in Ontario ― home to over 65,000 lavender plants, all grown organically. The farm also cultivates many other herbs and flowers over 200 acres. Thousands of guests visit each summer, and during bloom season, the farm provides educational farm tours and lifestyle classes. Shop their retail store or their exclusive online store that ships internationally. Terre Bleu will be open starting July 1st, 2021, for the summer. Advanced tickets are required and can be purchased online.

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