Lavender-lovers you need to head to this gorgeous spot this summer. Located in Prince Edward County, Ontario you can visit a large purple flower field that makes a dreamy photo spot. If you want to avoid the crowds at the super popular Terre Bleu Lavender Fields, we have another option for you!\nIn Ontario, the peak lavender blooming season is typically from late June throughout July, depending on the weather. As such it makes the best time to visit Prince Edward County Lavender, where you explore the fields of sweet smelling flowers with your friends.\nView this post on Instagram We’ve got 2 hours to explore before we have to get real about marrying 5 couples tomorrow. First alpacas and now this stunning lavender field. #peclavender #princeedwardcounty #getoutside A post shared by L Y N Z I E K E N T ❤️ (@lovebylynzie) on Jul 11, 2018 at 12:31pm PDT\nThere is plenty to do when visiting the farm. In addition to visiting the flower fields to take photos, you can also shop at the boutique to pick up various lavender products to bring home. There is a wide range of products from lavender tea, salt, soap or essential oil.\nIf you wish to extend your visit, you can spend the night at Prince Edward County Lavender. At the farm, they have a romantic B&B located in the fields of lavender. Staying at the B&B will give you exclusive access to the flower fields before anyone else visits so it will allow you to get the best photos!\nView this post on Instagram Find a bestie who makes you laugh so hard you gain a 6 pack! @kare.in I’m truly blessed to call you one of my best friends! I love that we can laugh at literally anything 😂I cherish our summers together and I’m trying not to think about the fact that your leaving for Mexico soon🌵🇲🇽You are one in a million and I love you so much xx #nationalbestfriendday #bff #loveher #bestie #bestiegoals A post shared by Ainslie Brook (Adrian) (@ainsliebrook) on Jul 30, 2018 at 2:44pm PDT\nFor the ultimate lavender experience, head to Prince Edward County Lavender for their 8th annual lavender festival. This year the lavender festival will take place from July 6 to 7 and July 13 to 14, 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm. At the festival, you'll be able to stroll through the fields of pink and purple blossoms and pick lavender to make a beautiful bouquet.\nView this post on Instagram Purple is the new pink? 💜💗 . . 📷 @lapetitenoob #anthropologie #dscolor #flashesofdelight #livecolorfully #dametraveler #thatauthenticfeeling #colorcolourlovers #passionpassport #capturethemoment #verilymoment #chasinglight #visualsoflife #seekthesimplicity #mytinyatlas #femmetravel #cntraveler #girlslovetravel #livefolk #suitcasetravels #traveldeeper A post shared by Sabrina Stavenjord (@sabrinastavenjord) on Jul 21, 2018 at 8:29am PDT\nFor more information about Prince Edward County Lavender, or to book your stay at their B&B, visit their website for further details.