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18 of The Best and Prettiest Flower Fields Near Toronto

18 of The Best and Prettiest Flower Fields Near Toronto
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18 of The Best and Prettiest Flower Fields Near Toronto

Here in Toronto, you’ll find a lot of things to do, but we understand how it can feel repetitive at times. Some days, it’s good to take a day out and enjoy a breather away from all its hustle and bustle.

One of our favorite places to enjoy nature and its glorious beauty during the summer are flower fields. Thankfully, there are a lot of these that are just easy drives from downtown.

If you’re like us who love being around pretty blooms, keep reading below.

The Best Flower Fields Near Toronto

There are several lovely and vibrant flower fields in and around Toronto. Whether you love sunflowers, dahlias, or lavenders, you’re bound to enjoy these nearby blooming fields.

Now we’ll take you through a narrative tour of each one.

  1. Andrew’s Scenic Acres
  2. Campbell’s Cross Farm
  3. Country Cut Flowers
  4. Bonnieheath Estate Lavender and Winery
  5. Lochland Botanicals
  6. Bogle Seeds Farm
  7. Dahlia May Flower Farm
  8. Garden Party Flower Farm
  9.  Laveanne
  10.  Prince Edward County Lavender Farm
  11.  Terre Bleu
  12.  Davis Family Farm
  13.  The Sunflower Farm
  14.  Windecker Woods Flower Farm
  15.  Bombshell Blooms Sunflower Field and Flower Farm
  16.  Makkink’s Flower Farm
  17.  TASC Tulip Pick Farm
  18.  Three Birds Muskoka Flower Farm

1. Andrew’s Scenic Acres

Andrew’s Scenic Acres
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Website: https://www.andrewsscenicacres.com/

Admission Price: $150 for family pass; $90 for couples pass; $75 for single pass
Address: 9365 10 Side Rd, Milton, ON L9T 2X9, Canada

Contact Number: (905) 878-5807

Business Hours: (May to October) Monday to Friday, 10AM–5PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10AM–6PM

Right in the countryside of Milton is Andrew’s Scenic Acres. It’s a huge farm that spans over 165 acres and is frequented for fruit picking, photo shoots, the winery, and its beautiful flower field.

Here, you’ll see a large variety of peonies, dahlias, gladioli, and more. And, they have an impressive Sunflower Kingdom with over 150,000 sunflowers ranging from 3-feet to 12-feet tall!

The great thing about this farm is that because of how vast the area is, it never gets too crowded or busy. You won’t have to feel awkward about taking those insta-worthy pics!

2. Campbell’s Cross Farm

Campbell’s Cross Farm
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Website: https://www.campbellscrossfarm.com/

Admission Price: $9 for regular admission
Address: 3634 King St, Inglewood, ON L7C 0R5, Canada

Contact Number: (416) 294-7642

Business Hours: (August) Saturday to Sunday, 10AM–5PM

A mere 30-minute drive from Toronto is Campbell’s Cross Farm. Every August, they open for their Sunflower Festival where you get to see over 30-acres and 700,000 varieties of these pretty yellow blooms!

It’s generally prohibited to pick flowers, but you can book your own session for cutting your own at designated areas. Or if you’d rather just purchase, they sell sunflowers at their food stall, The Watermelon Sandwich.

What we love about this farm is their commitment to connect guests with nature. For starters, their in-house restaurant offers an authentic farm-to-table experience.

Another is that they host a variety of wellness experiences such as outdoor yoga and meditation. Just imagine practicing your breath and saying namaste at sunset, surrounded by trees and gorgeous flowers.

3. Country Cut Flowers

Country Cut Flowers
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Website: https://countrycutflowers.ca/
Address:
3634 King St, Inglewood, ON L7C 0R5, Canada

Contact Number: (416) 294-7642

Business Hours: (August) Saturday to Sunday, 10AM–5PM

Take it from their name, Country Cut Flowers offers a variety of countryside vivid blooms annually from May to September. They’re a picturesque farm that offers several fun activities – from painting to flower workshops and more.

May is when daffodils and tulips take center stage. Come June, beautiful peonies are in full bloom.

Their main flower patches sprout mid-July when you’d usually see zinnias, snapdragons, asters, dahlias, strawflowers, sunflowers, and so much more! These usually stay until the first frost in September.

If you’d like to experience cutting your own flowers, you absolutely can! Just make sure to avail of their cut-your-own-flowers tickets that’re available on abovementioned months.

They do also sell pre-arranged flower bouquets at their quaint shop on the farm. You may take your pick among early season tulips, daffodils, and peonies.

4. Bonnieheath Estate Lavender and Winery

Bonnieheath Estate Lavender and Winery
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Website: https://bonnieheathestate.com/
Address:
410 Concession 12 Townsend, Waterford, ON N0E 1Y0, Canada

Contact Number: (519) 443-7125

Business Hours: (June to August) Monday to Sunday, 11AM–5PM

Ah, lavenders – beautiful, fragrant, but fickle flowers. At Bonnieheath Estate Lavender and Winery, you’ll find a whole field of them from mid-June to mid-July.

The farm is not just a pretty place, but they’re also one of the largest producers of lavender in Ontario. In fact, they’re recognized as a premiere agri-tourism destination in the city, so you know that they’re experts at growing these blooms.

What makes their lavender field different is that they plant on a bed of sandy loam soil. It’s the most ideal type of soil to grow the famous French lavender, English lavender, and other varieties and cultivars.

They also harvest and distill natural essential oils and lavender water on-site. And, they sell these alongside lavender-scented bath and body care products in their in-house boutique.

Oh, and did we mention that they have a bed and breakfast? It’s truly a delightful experience to wake up and smell the lavender-scented morning air!

5. Lochland Botanicals

Lochland Botanicals
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Website: https://lochlandbotanicals.com/
Admission Price:
$13.28 for general admission

Address: 2468 25 Side Rd, Campbellville, ON L0P 1B0, Canada

Contact Number: (647) 564-5624

Business Hours: Friday to Monday, 11AM–5PM

Lochland Botanicals is a pick-your-own flower farm founded just in 2017. It’s the brainchild of Dr. Diane Corlett and Dr. Steve Noonan – two veterinarians who eventually decided to settle away from the city’s noise and into nature’s quiet.

These interests are apparent in their farm. They want people to come here and let nature heal, away from technology and the fast-paced life of the city.

Albeit relatively smaller, their flower field is no less stunning. They grow lavenders, sunflowers, wildflowers, and more.

The ambience here is so peaceful and calming. All you’ll hear are birds, trees swaying, and probably some pollinating bees every so often.

The best time to visit the farm will depend on which types of flowers you want to see. Make sure to check their website for which ones are in bloom.

6. Bogle Seeds Farm

Bogle Seeds Farm
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Website: https://bogleseeds.ca/

Address: 572 Safari Rd, Millgrove, ON L8B 1S7, Canada

Contact Number: (905) 689-4073

Business Hours: Monday to Saturday, 8AM–6PM; Sunday, CLOSED

Bogle Seeds Farm traces its roots back to 1874. Presently, over 3 generations of their family have managed and cultivated the farm to what it is now.

In 1970, they were the first farm in Ontario to commercially grow and sell sunflowers. And to this day, they remain to be one of the largest growers with over 75 acres to crop through.

Rows and rows of tall, bright sunflowers will immediately greet you upon entry to their property. They’re as majestic and towering in person as the photos they post online.

Different varieties are available for viewing, too, but there’s absolutely no picking of flowers here. You can purchase them at the in-house shop, though.

7. Dahlia May Flower Farm

Dahlia May Flower Farm
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Website: https://www.dahliamayflowerfarm.com/

Address: 1226 Stockdale Rd, Trenton, ON K8V 5P6, Canada

Contact Number: (613) 403-5055

Business Hours: Monday to Saturday, 9AM–5PM; Sunday, 10AM–5PM

Dahlia May Flower Farm is a family-owned business that specializes in heirloom varieties of flowers. They’re a large-scale supplier of seasonal cut flowers and unique bouquets to specialty shops, as well as farmers’ markets.

At the helm of this farm is Melanie, a local of Quinte with an educational background in horticulture and floral design. Owning a flower farm has been a lifelong dream of hers, and her passion truly shines every corner of the place.

The flower field is nestled in the gorgeous rolling Murray Hills southeast of Ontario. It’s quiet, peaceful, and affords visitors an unparalleled view of the sunset.

They also sell seasonally-designed floral bouquets, alongside specialty cut flowers. In our humble opinion, they offer some of the best and most lavishly-curated bouquets in the area!

8. Garden Party Flower Farm

Garden Party Flower Farm
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Website: https://gardenparty.ca/

Address: 1528 Notre Dame Drive, St. Agatha, ON N0B 2L0, Canada

Contact Number: (519) 885-8775

Business Hours: Monday to Sunday, 9AM–4PM

Garden Party Flower Farm is among the smaller flower farms on this list, but they do have a cool edge – literally. Their blooms are grown in a greenhouse with no added heat and no fossil fuel-based fertilizers and pesticides.

So, you can shop from them guilt-free of carbon emissions and footprint. As a matter of fact, they claim to be a sink for carbon dioxide emissions dispersed by similar businesses.

Apart from their sustainability initiatives, we also love how they follow organic standards in the cutting of flowers. And, they happily welcome guests to their farm to come pick their own flowers and learn all about their methods.

You’ll find over 200 varieties of flowers in this 4-acre farm. What’s also unique is that they don’t just have rows of flower beds; instead, they have beautiful meadows and forests that you can forage from.

9. Laveanne

Laveanne
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Website: https://www.laveanne.ca/

Address: 8667 Gilmour Rd, Campbellcroft, ON L0A 1B0, Canada

Contact Number: (705) 201-1545

Business Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 11AM–3PM; Monday to Wednesday, CLOSED

You know how lavender has always been associated with relaxation and tranquility? Laveanne Lavender sure does, which is why they’ve created a lavender field that truly evokes just that.

Every July, over 10,000 lavender varieties bloom and cover over 4-acres of land. The shade of purple varies depending on the week that you come to visit, but they’re at their brightest during the second or third week of the month.

They grow both English and Lavandin varieties in different heights. They call the walk through a meditational walk, as you’ll most likely be enthralled by the beauty and fragrance of the buds.

Apart from the lavender field, you can also experience an educational tour around their lavender plant nursery, or a fun stroll in the lavender labyrinth.

Note that appointments are a must and you should book through their website. Each visit lasts up to an hour, rain or shine.

After your stroll, we highly suggest visiting their boutique to avail of lavender essential oils and other specialty products. 

10. Prince Edward County Lavender Farm

Prince Edward County Lavender Farm
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Website: https://peclavender.com/

Address: 732 Closson Rd, Hillier, ON K0K 2J0, Canada

Contact Number: (613) 633-1844

Business Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10AM–5PM (except during winter)

Another expert cultivator of lavender is Prince Edward County Lavender Farm. They’re a 2-hour drive from the city center but we love coming here to get that real countryside feel.

They grow, distill, and craft luxurious lavender products right at the farm. A few of their cultivars are actually deemed to be exceptional sources of lavender essential oils.

The lavender field may not be as expansive as others, but it’s one that still offers a full-spectrum of purple hues, lovely scents, and earthy flavours.

We also love that they have a bed and breakfast on the farm. We kid you not – it’s especially rejuvenating to bask in the morning sun amidst a lavender field.

The farm is usually closed during the winter, but the fields are in full bloom every July. Make sure to not miss it!

11. Terre Bleu

Terre Bleu
Image Source: Terre Bleu via TripAdvisor.com

Website: https://www.terrebleu.ca/

Address: 143 Metcalfe St, Elora, ON N0B 1S0, Canada

Contact Number: (519) 846-5995

Business Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 11AM–5PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10AM–6PM; Monday, CLOSED

We can’t make a list of flower farms and not include Terre Bleu’s world-class lavender field. They grow lavender plants in – get this – over 200-acres of land!

As if that wasn’t impressive enough, know that they cultivate more than 75,000 lavender plants, herbs, and flower spreads in their farm. In our opinion, they have one of the most picturesque flower fields in the country.

Like most farms, they also create organic specialty products and sell these at their in-house shop. You’ll find essential oils, luxury bath products, and their famous lavender-filled teddy bear named Milton (as you can imagine, he’s a hit among kids!).

12. Davis Family Farm

Davis Family Farm
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Website: https://davisfamilyfarm.ca

Address: 15770 Mountainview Rd, Caledon East, ON L7C 2V2, Canada

Contact Number: (905) 965-8201

Business Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 9AM–5PM; Saturday to Monday, CLOSED

Davis Family Farm was once a hidden gem. Then, a news feature bloomed their family business into a must-visit site at the hills of Caledon East.

Still, a gem is a gem and we think you’ll love walking through 45-acres of towering, golden sunflowers. They grow every variety there is and produce honey, bird seed, and their signature sunflower oil.

Fortunately, most visitors of this farm are incredibly respectful of the flowers. No picking allowed, but feel free to snap lots of selfies and even rent a professional photographer for some high-quality shots.

Sunflower season begins early July to August. We recommend scheduling your tour around this time to make the most of the field experience.

13. The Sunflower Farm

The Sunflower Farm
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Website: https://davisfamilyfarm.ca

Address: 15770 Mountainview Rd, Caledon East, ON L7C 2V2, Canada

Contact Number: (905) 965-8201

Business Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 9AM–5PM; Saturday to Monday, CLOSED

The Sunflower Farm is relatively new, having only been open to the public in 2020. But what they lack in years, they make up for in memorable experiences!

For starters, they have the country’s first only sunflower-shaped trail! 20-acres of land sprout gorgeous, vivid sunflowers that bloom in thousands.

Note that it’s a working farm, so you get to see actual cuttings and experience the flower farm life when you come visit. 

Because of how unique and lovely the place is, they’ve been featured on several major publications such as Narcity, Toronto Star, and more. Photoshoots are also often done here, as well as elopements and wedding receptions!

14. Windecker Woods Flower Farm

Windecker Woods Flower Farm
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Website: https://windeckerwoods.ca/

Address: 215 Windecker Rd, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0, Canada

Contact Number: (905) 973-1786

Business Hours: Monday to Sunday, 8AM–8PM

Windecker Woods Farm is a lowkey but lovely flower field that only opens during the spring. They allow cutting your own flowers in an honour, pay-what-you-want system.

While it’s not the fanciest or largest flower farms out there, the place does have a certain charm. It’s quaint, peaceful, and it never gets too crowded that you forgo the peaceful experience.

It’s a little oasis that grows zinnias, dahlias, and more. And, the kind owners even allow lovely picnics on their land.

Apart from those, you can also learn about flower arrangements here. The staff members are super knowledgeable and helpful in letting you know how to best arrange and cut the flowers.

15. Bombshell Blooms Sunflower Field and Flower Farm

Bombshell Blooms Sunflower Field and Flower Farm
Image Source: Bombshell Blooms Sunflower Field and Flower Farm

Website: https://bombshellblooms.com/

Address: 137 Line 9 S, Hawkestone, ON L0L 1T0, Canada

Contact Number: (416) 518-0079

Business Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10AM–5PM

Bombshell Blooms Sunflower Field and Flower Farm spans over 22-acres and grows more than 30 various flowers.

While it’s a given that they take pride in their sunflower field, their other flowers are lovely as well. Among these are snapdragons, dahlias, forget-me-nots, cosmos, statice, and more.

Their picturesque flower garden is made more rustic and charming by the heritage farmhouse in the far distance. A lot of people actually hold events here because you can rent the entire place (it would be great as a wedding venue!).

16. Makkink’s Flower Farm

Makkink’s Flower Farm
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Website: https://makkinks.com/

Address: 164604 Kellett Rd, Tillsonburg, ON N4G 4G8, Canada

Contact Number: (226) 993-2048

A quaint but beautiful flower field in Tillsonburg is Makkink’s Flower Farm. They offer the cut-your-own flower experience for over 45 different varieties.

What we love about this place is how intimate and quiet it is. In fact, they arrange romantic date nights here where you can pick flowers and enjoy s’mores around the fire pit – a great setting to pop the question, too, if you ask us.

They often hold events as well, such as Ladies Night and several Farm Workshops. Oh, and they’re one of the few flower fields to welcome dogs, so feel free to bring your fur babies with you!

17. TASC Tulip Pick Farm

TASC Tulip Pick Farm
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Website: https://tascllc.com/

Address: 1415 Balfour St, Fenwick, ON L0S 1C0, Canada

Contact Number: (848) 217-2661

Over 2 million bulbs of tulips were planted in TASC Tulip Pick Farms. Rows upon rows of gorgeous tulips in different colors certainly treat one to a vivid and tranquil experience.

Here, you can pick your own tulips or make the farm a stunning photo backdrop. The farm usually opens every April which draws in hundreds of eager visitors.

We suggest coming here early or during sundown, as it’s usually when the place is least crowded. And, you can’t go wrong with that golden hour glow for the best selfies.

18. Three Birds Muskoka Flower Farm

Three Birds Muskoka Flower Farm
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Website: https://www.muskokaflowerfarm.com/

Address: 1276 Falkenburg Rd, Bracebridge, ON P1L 1X4, Canada

Contact Number: (705) 205-2301

Three Birds Muskoka Flower Farm is a small farm run by sisters Leslie and Jackie Brunton. They’re dedicated to sustainable and organic farming, which means that they make use of carbon neutral methods.

Though small in scale, they’re able to grow large volumes of beautiful, high-quality blooms. Their space only spans 2-acres but it’s more than enough to provide visitors a lovely picking experience.

Most of their clients are local flower shops and blushing brides. If you’re on the hunt for some gorgeous flowers for your big day, we think that this is one of the best places to come to.

We answer some FAQs on Toronto flowers and fields below:

What month do tulips bloom in Ontario?

Tulips usually bloom in Ontario from April to early June. 

The longevity will also depend on the variety of tulip, where it was planted, and how well the flowers are taken care of.

Is there a Tulip Festival in Toronto?

Every May, Toronto holds a Tulip Festival that lasts up to 10 days. It’s a colourful display of various tulips that just marked its 70th year in 2022.

Is foraging allowed in Toronto?

Foraging is not allowed in Toronto’s city parks, forests, and ravines. 

What is Toronto’s national flower?

Toronto shares the national flower of Canada which is the iconic maple leaf. It’s known for its distinct leaves and naturally-sweet syrup.