loader image

Ontario lavender farms you need to visit this summer

Originally published July 12, 2018
Updated June 10, 2021

Lavender season is in full-swing and noses across the province are celebrating! If you haven’t made your way to a farm yet, don’t worry because we’ve got you covered. Here are the Ontario Lavender Farms that you should visit this season.


Terre Bleu, Milton

 

terrebleu.ca

This is Ontario’s largest lavender farm. If you’re a lavender farm fan, you’ve probably seen pictures of it all over Instagram. Terre Bleu has a picturesque yellow door in the middle of their field that’s just begging to be ‘grammed. When you’re done frolicking in the fields make sure you grab a scoop of their lavender ice-cream before you head out.


Bonnieheath Estate Lavender & Winery, Norfolk County

 

bonnieheathestate.ca

If you plan to visit Bonnieheath, make sure you make a day out of it. Of course start by touring the lavender fields, but plan to also sample the wine and hard cider made on site. There’s also a lavender gazebo where you can relax while you enjoy your beverage. Bonus: Say hi to the family dog Lucy who loves to welcome guests to the farm.


Terra Lavanda, Niagara Falls

 

terralavanda.com

Terra Lavanda is the first lavender farm in the Niagara Falls region and they grow their lavender organically. You can visit their farm to learn about how they harvest and distill their crop and what they do with it after – hint, it includes hand-crafted body lotions and oils.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Terra Lavanda (@terra_lavanda)


Weir’s Lane Lavender Farm & Apiary, Dundas

 

weirslanelavender.ca

You’ll want to stop by this farm if you’re interested in more than just an afternoon spent wandering the fields. At Weir’s you’ll find a farm store that offers hand-made products using natural ingredients (lavender oil from their own farm for starters) including culinary lavender and honey, body oils and lotions, as well as candles. The honey sold on site is from their own hives, where the bees have been feasting on lavender all season – so expect a very special taste!


Prince Edward County Lavender, Prince Edward County

 

peclavender.com

As if we needed another reason to fall in love with the county! This picturesque farm would make a perfect stop in between winery tours, but also a perfect place to stay if you’re a serious lavender lover! That’s right, there is actually a Bed & Breakfast right on the farm – and can you think of anything more relaxing than falling asleep while the scent of lavender drifts through your window?


Apple Hill Lavender, Norfolk County

 

applehilllavender.ca

Nestled in a historic, century-old property, this farm has been growing lavender for generations. Spend an afternoon strolling through their lavender fields, and when you’re finished take a peak inside their lavender boutique for some homemade goodies.


Steed & Company Lavender, Elgin County

 

steedandcompany.com

Steed & Co. is a must if you can’t get enough of lavender farms. This family-run operation has married their love of horses with a property that is ideal for growing lavender. The lavender fields are part of a 45 acre horse farm, and the property is just as beautiful as you’re picturing. We recommend bringing the whole family out to visit.


Laveanne Lavender Fields, Campbellcroft

 

laveanne.ca

Promising “an unforgettable and dreamy experience”, Laveanne does not disappoint. During the month of July you can enjoy a culinary lavender experience at their pop-up restaurant, participate in a Passion of Lavender seminar, practice meditation in their lavender labyrinth, attend a yoga class in the fields, and eat lavender macaroons to your heart’s content.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Laveanne (@laveanne_lavender)


If that doesn’t have you jumping in your car to visit an Ontario lavender farm or two, we don’t know what will! All we can say is that you know where you can find us this summer.