We may still be in the midst of snowstorms and freezing rain, but it’s never too early to start looking optimistically ahead to spring. And, oh boy, is there a lot to look forward to. Not only can we say so long to winter, but we can say hello to Ontario’s largest lavender field. That’s right, Terre Bleu Lavender Farm will be open to the public again this year and it totally needs to be on your spring bucket list.\nFrom vast fields filled with 50,000 plants to lavender cocktails and ice cream, you’ll be in a complete purple haze at this gorgeous Ontario spot.\nYou can also explore things like the herb bar and Ruins Cafe. And, of course, don’t forget to snap a selfie with the iconic yellow door or take a walk through their 200-year-old forest.\nThe farm is typically open from June 1 until September 1. However, this is largely dependent on weather conditions.\nLocated less than an hour outside of Toronto in Milton, Ont., Terre Bleu makes the perfect day trip destination for you and your BFF or one true.\nSo, if you’re obsessed with all things lavender, this is definitely the place to be this spring.\nView this post on Instagram Peace and tranquility. Missing those #summervibes A post shared by Mona Hafez🌍 (@mona_hafez_99) on Nov 1, 2019 at 2:31pm PDT\nIf you really need to satisfy your lust for lavender, a trip inside the farm store is a must.\nHere, you will find a variety of products all crafted with the plants from the field.\nOn the weekends, you will need to pay a small admission fee to enter the farm store. On the less busy weekdays, though, entry to the shop is free.\nView this post on Instagram Me: Refusing to accept its winter 🙃 A post shared by FRANCESCA RICCIARDI (@franricciardi_) on Nov 8, 2019 at 6:19am PST\nYou’ll find all sorts of breathtaking plants scattered around the farm, from multiple types of lavender to sunflowers and so much more.\nIt’s important to note that these plants all bloom at different times, so you’ll never see every field in bloom at once. Sounds to us like we'll have to make multiple trips to see all the beauty on offer.\nDepending on when you visit, you may even see some majestic horses grazing in the fields as well.\nView this post on Instagram Today is officially the beginning of winter, the first snow of the year. ❄️I’m reminiscing the hot summer days, going on road trips and trying lavender ice creams under the blazing hot weather. 🌞 This lavender ice cream from @terrebleu is actually really good! I’m always afraid of lavender in food, sometimes they taste like soap. But they did a really good job! It’s well balanced, very creamy and not overly sweet! 💜 Definitely a must try if you ever decide to go :) #lavender #icecream #gelato #toronto #torontofoodies #yummy #torontoeats #onlyintoronto #foodphotography #terrebleu #flowers #purpleparadise A post shared by BAKING MAMA (@bakingmamato) on Nov 7, 2019 at 9:33am PST\nIn past seasons, admission has been as low as $10 on weekdays and as high as $20 during peak times, so you can likely expect similar fees this year as well.\nOf course, it's important to remember there are no pets or smoking allowed. And, to further protect the lavender, be sure to stay on the designated walking paths.\nTerre Bleu Lavender Farm\nPrice: TBD\nWhen: Likely to open June 1\nAddress: 2501 25 Side Rd., Campbellville, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: You can try lavender everything at this truly stunning Ontario farm. \n View this post on Instagram Who would have imagined a #lavenderfarm only about 15 minutes from home! 🇨🇦 August 2019 📸 @montahahidefi . . . . . . . . . #lavender #purple #colors #colours #colores #lavanda #colorful #colorfulmontaha #colorlanding #montahahidefi #farmhouse #farm #colorpalette #trendingnow #travelwithme #exploremore #travelstoke #travelmore #keepexploring #miltonphoto #instatravel #colortrends #colorpower #architecture #terrebleu #happycolors #happyday A post shared by Montaha Hidefi (@montahahidefi) on Aug 20, 2019 at 4:25pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.