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Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, Milton

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Farm · Tourist Spot
Terre Bleu's Facebook page is designed to let you watch us grow as a small family farm, and business. We will use this page to keep you informed about things happening at our farm, to show you new things about lavender, horses, bees and other communities of interest that revolve around the farm. We hope you check in often, frequent our farm web page (TERREBLEU.ca) and come visit the farm in person. We have much to learn and build in developing our agro-tourism business and hope you will join us in our journey and help make our farm one of your favourite places to visit.

OPEN Daily AND HOLIDAYS from JUNE to Mid AUGUST from 11am - 4pm. Admission is $10 + HST. Children under 2 years are free. Weekends admission is 15$ including HST.
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  • A soothing walk through the fields, it was nice but that was it. The visit was worth 1/2 the price and the store products were ridiculously expensive and most products didn’t even have prices on...  more »
  • A beautiful location. We enjoyed our visit. WARNING! There are NO washrooms only 3 porta potty’s available for all visitors. It spoiled our visit. When we arrived after a 1.5 hour drive we needed the....  more »
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  • I love lavender from the purple hues to the scent and flavors in my ice cream and teas. It's such a beautiful plant with so many qualities and so many unique ways in using it. When I first heard about Tera Bleu, I couldn't wait to go and visit the farm. A field filled with purple flowers with the best scent in the world. Who wouldn't be excited. As much as I understand and get that sometimes nature is just not on our side. I was a bit disappointed with the farm bloom when I finally visited this year. I understand that bloom do differ from different varieties but a lot of the plant where damaged due to the cold harsh winter and wet spring. Maybe I will visit again in the next few years but those who do want to visit this year, I wouldn't expect to much. The ice cream was good but I did find it a bit on the icy side and flavor was very mild. I have had better lavender flavored ice cream. Lemonade was the same. It did taste like it was freshly squeezed lemons which I'll give them a thumbs up for. Farm was small but a nice place to go to for a half a day trip. I do find it more fitting for couples and girlfriends to go to and less so for family outings. The only reason I say this is because kids may find it boring as it's not very kids friendly, by this I mean no parks for them to play in or anything engaging for the little ones to keep them entertained.
  • Great place! Lavender is planted in two area but the first area is as soon as you walk in; the better maintained. Lots of place to walk. They could use more benches but you can easily spend 2 hours here taking photos and walking around. Worth a visit. The lavender ice cream & lemonade is good.
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