They look straight out of a fairy tale. 💐
There is nothing more magical than strolling a giant field of colourful blooms. Instead of visiting the nearby flower shop, you can head to one of these Ontario flower farms and create a custom bouquet.
Do you love going strawberry picking? Well, these pick-your-own farms offer a similar experience. But instead of a basket of berries, you end up with stunning sunflowers or peonies to decorate your home.
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Makkink's Flower Farm
Price: $30 per person
Address: 164604 Kellett Rd., Tillsonburg, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can stroll through a dreamy 2-acre garden and cut your favourite blooms to bring home. The flowers available depend on the season, but some of the options include sunflowers, strawflowers, and zinnias.
Price: prices vary
Address: 2468 25 Side Rd., Milton, ON
Why You Need To Go: They have over 100 types of herbs and flowers, and you can pick your favourites. So not only can you get blooms but fresh cilantro, thyme, and basil.
Garden Party Flower Farm
Price: $30+ per person
Address: 1528 Notre Dame Dr., St. Agatha, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can fill a mason jar with flowers from the sizeable 2-acre plot. From June to September, there are different blossoms ready to harvest each month.
Stems Flower Farm
Price: $35 per person
Address: 5130 Sixth Line, Cookstown, ON
Why You Need To Go: Within their 2-acre garden, there are over 100 kinds of flowers and shrubs. Included in your admission, you'll also get a quick lesson on how to keep your blooms looking fresh in a vase.
Andrews Scenic Acres
Price: $2+ per stem; admission $8+ per person
Address: 9365 10th Sideroad, Milton, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can pick gorgeous peonies, sunflowers, and wildflowers in their garden. They also have an 8-acre sunflower maze and pick-your-own berries.
Windecker Woods Flower Farm
Price: Pay what you think is fair
Address: 215 Windecker Rd., Cayuga, ON
Why You Need To Go: There are rows upon rows of cheerful sunflowers, tulips and dahlias. Unlike many other farms, there is no set admission price. Instead, you pay what you think is fair. You can book a cutting time in May and June.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.
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