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Must-Visit Flower Fields in Ontario this Summer

The most picturesque flower farms that made a perfect summer trip for Ontarians.


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When it comes to ideal summer getaways, many picture themselves under the warm sunlight and be surrounded by an endless sea of blooming flowers. And luckily for you, there are many gorgeous flower farms just right around the corners of Ontario. This summer, pay a visit to some of the most beautiful flower fields in Ontario listed right below.

Photo: Campbell’s Cross Farm

Campbell’s Cross Farm

At their 60-acres field, thousands of golden sunflowers bloom under the bright, blue sky. Besides the gorgeous sight, Campbell’s Cross Farm also offers activities centered on reconnecting with nature and well-being, including family Yoga classes, meditation walks and farm-to-table dinners. Operating on three core values of Gratitude, Love, and Ikigai, the farm aims to underline the importance of building an organic, loving and close-to-nature life.

Website: campbellscrossfarm.com/
Address: 3634 King Street, Caledon

Photo by Dahlia May Flower Farm

Dahlia May Flower Farm

Nestled in the lovely rolling Murray Hills, Dahlia May offers local flower enthusiasts 100% Ontarian-produced and chemical-free blossoms! Weekly flower delivery and monthly flower subscriptions are available at their farm. Moreover, Dahlia May can also share bulbs, corms, tubers and more with gardeners across the country through their online shop. Visit the farmstand and be mesmerized by a range of romantic and fragrant flowers that they specialized in.

Website: dahliamayflowerfarm.com/
Address: 1226 Stockdale Road, Trenton

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Laura’s Farm Stand

Another Flower Field in Ontario is Laura’s Farm Stand. Laura’s Farm operates as a roadside stand with a stunning sunflower field that is available for everyone to visit from August to September. There is a kilometer-long walking route, offering various opportunities for that perfect photograph amongst the sea of sunflowers. You can pick your own flowers at this flower farm, as well as take home the fresh vegetables on sale. The sunflower field is $5 a person and free for kids under eight.

Website: laurasfarmstand.com/
Address: 5590 Simcoe County Rd 27, Cookstown

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Laveanne Lavender

Mark your calendar this July because the 10,000 lavender flowers blooming at Laveanne is a sight that you can’t miss. Starting with a deep dark purple, the lavender buds would slowly brighten up into a gorgeous, bright shade of violet in full bloom around mid-July, and begin to fade back to a dark purple by the end of the month, creating a unique experience for each week. Leave behind all your worries as you wander through the four acres of lavender in a tranquil atmosphere like no other.

Website: https://www.laveanne.ca/lavender-fields
Address: 8667 Gilmour Rd., Campbellcroft

Photo by Country Cut Flowers 

Country Cut Flowers

On the rolling hills just outside Newmarket, stands the farm of Country Cut Flowers. This site is where thousands of flowers are organically grown. Species range from classics including lilacs, dahlias, and sunflowers, to unique plants such as drumsticks, ranunculus, and asters. The monthly bouquets of Country Cut Flowers are a hot hit, usually sold out after just a few days. Imagine spending your own fairytale wedding day with a small group of friends among the lush, beautiful flowers under the roof of their 150-year-old barn. For detailed and most updated information, you can contact them through their website below. Everything is done by appointment.

Website: countrycutflowers.ca/
Address: 970 Miller’s Sideroad, Newmarket

Above are some recommended flower fields in Ontario that you can visit this summer. Go outside, enjoy the sun and reconnect with nature to embrace some peaceful moments.

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