As nice as buying a bouquet of flowers is, it’s even more special to create a bouquet by hand-picking the flowers yourself! Plus, it makes for a great activity on a summer day. There are a ton of pick-your-own flower farms less than 2 hours away from Toronto offering seasonal pickings of a variety of blooms!
Here are 7 farms you can pick your own flowers at
Location: 215 Windecker Rd, Cayuga, ON
Windecker Woods Flower Farm is a bit of a drive from Toronto, but would make for the perfect little day trip! The farm is open from dusk until dawn, 7 days a week from June to October. The experience is completely self-serve, you simply grab a pair of clippers (supplied by the farm), and a basket, and explore the fields to create your perfect flower arrangement. You pay at the end based on how many flowers you’ve picked.
Location: 9365 10 Side Road, Milton, ON
Not only can you pick seasonal produce at Andrews Scenic Acres, the farm also has flower picking available too! The flowers rotate seasonally, so check out its Instagram or call ahead to make sure the flowers are available for picking at the time of your visit.
Location: 3634 King Street, Caledon, ON
Starting July 29th, you can go sunflower picking at Campbell’s Cross Farm, located just about 30 minutes away from Toronto, at one of its Sunflower Pick & Create Workshops! The farm has over 700,000 sunflowers come August and it’s quite a sight to see!
Location: 410 Concession 12 Townsend, Waterford, ON
Bonnieheath Estate Lavender & Winery has lavender picking available from June into July, while the flowers are in season! The farm’s sandy loam soil has the perfect characteristics for growing the popular French (intermedia) and English (angustifolia) varieties and cultivars. If you like wine and lavender, you’ll need to check out this farm!
Location: 970 Miller’s Sideroad, Newmarket, ON
Country Cut Flowers is releasing tickets for Cut-Your-Own flowers soon! A ticket allows you to explore its field and fill a 1-litre-sized mason jar with your own flower pickings! The farm asks guests to bring their own scissors/clippers so you can cut the flowers with ease.
Location: 2720 King Vaughan Rd, King City, ON
Towards the end of July you will be able to visit Robintide Farms to pick your own flower bouquets out of its stunning assortment of blooms. Entry is $10 and small bouquets will cost $14.50 and large ones will cost $19.50. Mark your calendars for later in July for flower picking, in the meantime, you can pick strawberries!
Location: 1528 Notre Dame Drive, St. Agatha, ON
Tom and Theresa, owners of Garden Party, follow organic standards to grow flowers for designers, DIY’ers, and anyone who just loves flowers! You can pick your own flowers on their farm, where they grow over 200 varieties!
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