It's almost the time of year where the province turns purple with dreamy lavender blooms. If strolling through fields of sweet-smelling blossoms sounds like your ideal day, then you need to take a trip to this gorgeous farm. With acres of lush flowers, you can spend the day relaxing in a garden paradise. Ontario's Laveanne Lavender labyrinth is a whimsical way to enjoy the blooms. 

Located amongst sprawling fields in Campbellcroft, Laveanne Lavender will transport you to the South of France with its dreamy purple meadow.

With four acres of gardens and fields, the venue is home to Canada's largest selection of lavender varieties, including white, pinks, blues, violets, red and unusual yellowish-green blooms.

One of the most magical things about the farm is the giant floral labyrinth you can wander through. 

The circular, nine-circuit maze measures over 30 metres in diameter. 

The grassy paths are lined with lush walls of lavender, and it's the perfect place to wander and meditate.

You can enjoy the calming scent of purple blooms and listen to the buzzing of bees as you explore this spiralling wonder.

Apart from visiting the labyrinth, you can explore the vast lavender garden and take a peek at the gift shop for some floral products.

You can even take part in a calming yoga amongst the blooms by joining in one of the classes.

The lavender bloom period is short and is best seen between the second and third week of July.

Admission is $5 per person and $7 during weekends. This includes a visit to the labyrinth as well as a slideshow presentation.

It's a good idea to check the website for updated hours before making your visit. 

If you're looking for more places to get your lavender fill, you can head over to Ontario's Instagrammable Terre Bleu farm for some dreamy photo ops.

Get ready for some major zen at this serene lavender labyrinth.

Laveanne Lavender

Price: $5 + per person

Address: 8667 Gilmour Rd., Campbellcroft, ON

Why You Need To Go: Wander through a giant lavender labyrinth at this floral farm.

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