Our lavender field and gardens are open to the public seasonally. During your visit, you are welcome to walk through our lavender field, view our butterfly and vegetable gardens, have a picnic, and visit our shop. We have a public washroom available. Please click here for our opening hours and directions.
Before you visit, here are some things you should know:
1 - Please leave your dogs or other pets at home. Dogs or other pets are not permitted on our farm. If you do come with a pet, you will be directed to park in a shaded area. One person must remain with your animal at all times. There is a nearby side road that is suitable for walking your animal, and we can provide fresh water upon request.
Please note: If you have a service animal, they are not considered pets and are welcome, however, you must present your provincial registration card.
2 - Lavender is a plant that is highly attractive to pollinator insects such as bees and wasps. We also have honeybee hives on the property at certain times of the year. If you have a severe allergy (e.g. anaphylaxis) to bee stings, please consider this before your visit and bring any medications you may require in the event of a sting with you. Fortunately, bee stings are rare events, but still possible.
3 - Accessibility: We are a working farm, and there is uneven ground and a mild slope to our lavender field. The distance to our field from the parking lot is approximately 200 metres. We have a flat gravel parking lot, and a paved path coming off of the gravel parking lot to our accessible washroom. If you have any questions or other accessibility concerns, please contact us.
4 - Please DO bring:
- comfortable footwear for walking in grass and on gravel
- insect repellant spray
- sunscreen and sun protective clothing
- something to drink
- your phone for photography - we'd love to be tagged on social media to see your amazing photos!
5 - Non-medical face masks are currently required inside our store, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We may also limit the number of people in the store at once, and have shady seating available if you have to wait for a few minutes.
6 - Visitors are not permitted to pick any flowers or vegetables except during our Lavender U-Pick season. Dates for the U-Pick (typically mid-July, but highly weather-dependent) are posted on our social media in several announcements every year.