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Welcome to Weir's Lane Lavender & Apiary!  We are an operating lavender farm located just west of Toronto, in the countryside of Hamilton (Dundas/Ancaster), also known as West Flamborough.  We grow lavender and we keep bees.  We began growing lavender in 2009, opened the farm store in 2010, keeping bees in 2011, established a native wildflower garden in 2013, started growing hazelnuts in 2014, and continue to expand year by year. 

Farm & Farm Store:   Tuesday - Sunday 10 am to 4 pm. We're open year around but hours will change seasonally. 

At the farm, explore the fields, receive a tour, visit the store.  At the farm store 95%+ of the products are made at the farm with the other products being locally or Canadian made.  The farm store supports our farming operations.   From the parking lot, there is a front field (to the right of the house) and a back field (follow the path).  The farm store is at the end of the back field path (to the left of the black truck) 

 

Please note that we have been harvesting the English lavender. The French lavender is still blooming but we did suffer substantial losses of the French lavender during this past winter.  With or without the bloom there is always something to smell and enjoy at the farm.

Learn all about the farm by going to DETAILS ON THE FARM.  Current Farm & Farm Store Hours:  Tuesdays to Sundays 10 am to 4 pm.  In a hurry but want to pick up at the farm?  Order online here, use discount code "storepickup" and then we'll email you to confirm your order is ready for pick up.

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Our philosophy is to make products that uses the lavender we grow on our farm and the honey produced by our bees.  But as you can imagine, as a small farm we can only produce so much lavender and so much honey. We work with local and Canadian artisans as well as family farms in Canada and around the world.  We do our research to to find the best ingredients that are produced in environmentally friendly ways that you will love using.  All of our lavender and the lavender we use in our products use no pesticides and we follow organic bee keeping practices. To sum things up, we are a small business working on providing you with quality products at reasonable prices and operate a relaxed and friendly farm.  

If you would like to learn more about the farm operations or want to visit the farm, please follow the link above for about Weir's Lane.  Visit us on facebook at WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/WEIRSLANELAVENDER

Weir's Lane Lavender & Apiary is a charter member of the Ontario Lavender Association.

Please note that all products are priced in Canadian dollars. We ship products across Canada and to the United States and even to a few other countries.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLACE AN ORDER -- BUT PICK IT UP AT OUR FARM STORE?  Please use discount code "storepickup" at checkout page to remove the shipping charges.  We will have your order bagged and ready for pick up when you come to the farm.   For those of you who cannot come to the store, our shipping charges reflect what Canada Post charges us to mail your package.  See Info/News for more details.

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All of our lavender and the lavender we use in our products use no pesticides and we follow organic bee keeping practices. We are a small business that works hard to provide quality products at reasonable prices. We'd love to hear from you. Call us at 1-905-627-9208 or email us at weirslanelavender@gmail.com and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

Latest posts

  • English Lavender is in its Glory

    Pretty much anytime you visit the farm from mid-June to mid to late August there will be something in bloom.  But there are particular times of the year when the lavender is in its glory.  Right now (July 10th and... Read more →

  • Lavender is Blooming .. Time to visit to see the fields in their glory

    It has been a long winter and a slow spring .. but finally the lavender is flowering! ... the birds are singing, the bees are buzzing, and the butterflies are starting to twitter about ... a great time to come... Read more →

  • It's Planting Season Again ...

    Our plants are still waking up .. but for those that are awake, we're starting to prune back for the spring.  Stop by the farm and ask us how to prune.   Plants will be available at the farm starting... Read more →