I went to my first lavender farm yesterday. It’s in Milton, less than an hour drive from Toronto. The direction going there is kinda complicated. We tried to google the address written on the website but it kept bringing us to an address in Boston, Massachusettes. So, we called and it turned out it wasn’t that complicated at all.
When we finally arrived at its gate, we were directed to an almost full parking lot. While queueing up to pay for the entrance fee, the lady ahead of us told the cashier that they were lost because the lavender farm’s address was complicated. When we heard them, we joined their conversation—and it turned out, as the cashier said, their address is nowhere in Google Maps. Oh, well, that confirmed our confusion. 😀
This is the entrance to the lavender farm.
These are the long rows of the lavender plants.
It’s not really the picture (in our minds) of what we were expecting.
Half of the lavender plants in the farm were in bloom.
And the other half were still green.
But, that’s ok.
We did the best we could to get the photographs we wanted. LOL…
While the bees were busy…
We were so busy taking pictures, too. 😀
Like, lots of pictures! 😀
Do you know the difference between purple, lavender, lilac and violet?
At this lavender farm, they have an aviary, a distillery, an equestrian and a shop that sells products distilled from lavender plants..
They also have a guided tour every hour that starts at 11:30 A.M.
Lavender Farm in Milton, Ontario address:
2501 25 Side Road
Entrance Fee: $8/person (this includes parking, using the toilet and a tour).