After seeing it all over my Instagram feed, I obviously wanted to pay a visit to Terre Bleu Lavender Farm (#basic). I was able to borrow my mom’s car for the day, so Adam and I took the hour drive to the farm in Milton, Ontario. Since it was a Sunday morning, traffic was pretty light and it was a nice drive.
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I wanted to arrive as early as possible, and we got there around a half hour after opening. It was already starting to get a bit busy, but we were able to shoot some photos and enjoy walking around the fields before the crowds came along. Soon enough, it got pretty crowded!
The lavenders were beautiful and they smelled wonderful! If you’re afraid of bees, I don’t recommend you going too close to the plants, because they were literally everywhere. It was a little scary at first, but we got used to them buzzing around. You can actually hear the sounds of the constant buzzing if you listen closely enough!
I got this little white summer dress from American Eagle probably about 7 years ago, and I still love it all the same! I’m all for timeless pieces that never really go out of style. I went for an all-white look with my fave pair of Chucks.
Here’s Adam doing a little faux curtsey.
Terre Bleu Lavender Farm is closed for the season now, but if you didn’t get to go this year, you should definitely save it on your bucket list for next summer! The lavender ice cream is amazing and probably one of the best ice cream flavours I’ve ever tried. The gift shop was also very cute – it was all lavender-themed.
Did you get to visit Terre Bleu this summer? Have you ever been to a lavender farm? I’d love to know in the comments!
P.S. if you liked this post, you might like this post on a day at South Pond Farms.
Photos by Adam G. & Jessica L.
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