Welcome to our Lavender Farm
in Prince Edward County
We are in full bloom now!
Our fields and boutique
are open 7 days a week
Visit our boutique and fields
from 10am to 5pm
The fields are showing their beautiful
colours accompanied by this heavenly scent.
Fee to get to these beautiful fields is
$5.00 per person
children 12 and under are free
On our farm you will find many cultivars of
lavender, offering a myriad of colours, scents and tastes.
Some of our cultivars are praised for their exceptional essential oil qualities,
while others are best kept for culinary creations or crafts.
But lavender is not all we do. There is a wide range of other herbs to purchase either in potted form, or processed and packaged in our store - either individually or in special blends, such as Herbes de Provence, Hillier Herbs, Fines Herbs and Holiday Herbs.
Shop the boutique, tour the fields of lavender and other herbs, the knot garden and flower beds.
If you want to experience the lavender farm in a more intimate way, why not book a night or two in our century home bed and breakfast? Click Here for details and photos.
Exciting news from our Bed and Breakfast 2019. See our
Bed and Breakfast Accommodation Packages
Mark your calendar for our Lavender Festival, Edition 2019. As requested by many of you, our lavender festival will be extended on two weekends this year! July 6th and 7th and July 13th and 14th. Everyday from 10am to 5pm. Click below to access our program.Lavender Festival 2019Festival de lavande 2019
For our festival, we are happy to partner with The Waring House for you to find accommodation. An historic Country Inn in the heart of Prince Edward County. Visit their website and obtain more information.
You cannot make it to the farm? Please use our online sale engine to purchase our lavender products all year around. If you have any question, please Email Us
Prince Edward County Lavender
732 Closson Road
Hillier, ON K0K 2J0
2018 gave us a great crop. The rain we received in the spring encouraged the formation of many buds and the result was plants with full and abondant flowers. This contributed to a record harvest for our production of essential oil. We have come up with new products: a sugar scrub for exfoliation. Divine for the skin. And an Lavender & Earl Grey Cream tea. Delicious!
Here is a wonderful walk through video of our 2016's festival, created for us by Trevor Crowe, Community Development Coordinator with The Corporation of the County of Prince Edward.
Rolande & Derek