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Andrews Scenic Acres is where you can pick your own flowers near Toronto

It may no longer be Spring in Toronto, but we're still in for some stunning flower fields at this gorgeous farm near Toronto.

Andrew's Scenic Acres, located just 45 minutes from Toronto in Milton, is pretty much a one-stop-shop for all things "pick-your-own."

By the end of August, this sprawling farm should be in full bloom with sunflowers and dahlias that you can pick yourself.

They do berry picking here too but the season is ending soon. You can still visit the farm store for pre-picked produce including corn, peaches, acpricoyts, plums and vegetables.

But, make no mistake about it, by far the most popular aspect of this farm are the thousands of flowers that you can pick each year from June to October.

Because of the sheer beauty of these flower fields, Andrew's Scenic Acres has become a hot spot for the 'gram, but please respect these fields and the entire farm. 

Once you've finished picking your own gorgeous bouquet of fresh flowers, be sure to stop in at the winery, where the varieties of wine are completely made from fruits grown on the farm.

If wine isn't your forte, the farm also make delicious hard apple ciders. 

Be sure to check their farm forecast before you visit to see what's available. And remember to bring your face mask as you'll need that to enter their store.

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ruslanakapeluch


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