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6 Stunning Flower Fields Near Montreal You Can Wander Through This Summer

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6 Stunning Flower Fields Near Montreal You Can Wander Through This Summer

Summer in Quebec is made up of nice weather, blooming flowers and outdoor activities. To make the most of the sweet joys of summer, here are six flower fields near Montreal for you to visit.

Some places even let you pick your own bouquets so you can come home with a souvenir!

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Tulips.ca

Cost: $9.95 per person for admission and $1.00 per tulip picked

When: During the flower season, starting on Mother's Day

Address: 1201, Chemin du Général Vanier, Boucherville, QC;1270, rue Principale, Laval, QC

Why you should go: With two locations, one on Montreal's South Shore and the other on the North Shore, Tulipes.ca's facilities allow you to pick your own bouquet of tulips or just take a stroll.

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Bleu Lavande

Cost: $15 per adult or $25 for a season pass

When: Every day from 10 a.m. onwards, starting May 30

Address: 2525, rue Principale O., Magog, QC

Why you should go: Now that Bleu Lavande has moved from Fitch Bay to Magog, you'll be able to visit their new fields starting in May. The new location is complete with seating areas, a walking trail and a new immersive Moment Factory activity open year-round.

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La Maison Lavende

Cost: $10 per adult

When: Daily from June 22 to August 2, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Address: 902, Chemin Fresnière, Saint-Eustache, QC

Why you should go: The Lavender House is hands down one of the biggest "must-sees" near Montreal. This spot hosts a one-kilometre lavender field, walking trails, a relaxation area, a terrasse, and various picnic areas. There's also a bistro and two boutiques with plenty of merchandise to check out.

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Ferme Champy 

Cost: $15 per adult

When: Depending on the blooming season, in late July and early August

Address: 50, Chemin Bethany, Sainte-Christine, QC

Why you should go: Located about one and a half hours from Montreal, this farm hosts a vast field of sunflowers where you can get lost in all the shades of yellow.

The admission fee includes access to the field, rest areas in the woods, a visit to the oil mill and a small public market.

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Au Beau Pré Flower Picking

Cost: Between $1.75 and $30 — depending on the number of stems

When: Several weekends between July 30 and September 26, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Address: 504, Chemin de la Concession Quesnel, Saint-Anicet, QC

Why you should go: With more than 350 varieties of flowers of all kinds, you can feel like you're in a flora wonderland for the day. You can also create a bouquet to bring a piece of this spot home with you.

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The Sunflower Field Of Belle de Coteau-du-lac

Cost: Rates to be determined

When: Friday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., starting in mid-August

Address: 75, route 201, Coteau-du-Lac, QC

Why you should go: When the fields open, visitors must reserve their spot 24 hours in advance online. Once on-site, visitors will get to wander through rows and rows of diverse sunflowers. There are also photo booths to capture the beautiful memories you're likely to experience while there.

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