Neob Lavender Experience/Review

Neob Lavender Farm Boutique Niagara On The Lake

As you guys know I absolutely love travelling but unfortunately I haven’t been able to do a lot of it recently with the pandemic and a lot of places being closed for safety. Now that things have been slowly opening up in Canada, my sister and I are able to have a few more travelling adventures. They do tend to be local spots but it’s still nice to go somewhere new and have some new experiences there.

About a week or so ago we decided to check out Neob Lavender which is a lavender farm. They also grow other flowers. It’s such a beautiful area and we really wanted to get some fresh air so we thought this would be perfect. The flowers weren’t in full bloom since it had been a while since they bloomed and at this point they were ready to be harvested but it was still a lot of fun.

The farm itself was so lovely, they had a cute little store and it was honestly just nice to be out in the open. Plus, we were pretty much the only ones there except like three other people who were in a completely different area so that was cool too. It was like being a VIP lol!

Here are some pictures of me with the lavender plants:

Here I am with the sunflowers:

This is me telepathically trying to communicate to the sunflowers:

And of course me fainting dramatically because it was hot af that day:

On our way back we decided to stop at the world’s smallest chapel which happened to be close by. It was really great and I can’t believe it can fit like six people inside because it was really very small.

Overall, it was a fantastic day despite the weather being super hot. I genuinely thought my sister was going to have some kind of heatstroke lol. We were both okay though. If you’re ever in the area I would recommend checking both places out. They’re worth going to and so inexpensive. The lavender farm only charges two dollars for entry which can be used as a coupon at their store and the chapel is completely free. They both in lovely, open areas where you can be surrounded by nature which to me is the best way to spend the day.

I hope you guys enjoyed this post- I love sharing my experiences with you guys and it’s great that I can do that again. Have you guys been to any of these places or anywhere similar? Let me know in the comments below because I love hearing from you or simply stop by and say hi- I don’t bite! (My dentist said I can no longer bite people due to my sensitive teeth)


Jumpsuit- Ardene

White Tee- H&M

Shoes- Nike

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47 responses to “Neob Lavender Experience/Review”

  1. Lovely. Did the flowers talk back 😉

    1. Sorry, half funny, half serious. I have read that plants can respond positively to being talked to.

      1. I read that too- apparently if you yell at a tree enough it’ll fall down and die 😲

        1. Spruce bud worms can be more effective 😉

          1. But screaming at trees sounds way more fun 😂

  2. Good for you guys! Glad you had fun!

    1. Thanks so much!!

  3. Beautiful pictures and a lovely narrative.

    1. Thank you so much!

  4. What An adventure Fainting in the lavander
    Laugh On!!

    1. I always say if you’re going to faint do it in style lol!

  5. Nice pictures.

  6. I didn’t even know that this place existed! Now I really want to see these lavender fields! Lovely photos 🙂

    1. It’s just such a beautiful place especially when the flowers in bloom- definitely check it out the next time you’re in the area!

  7. Love the jumpsuit!! Gorgeous photos!

    Been to some place familiar? Here in India, we just walk into flower farms that line the highways disregarding trespassing laws. 🙈🤣

    1. Thank you so much!!

      Lol that’s one way to have a flower farm experience 😂😂

  8. I can just imagine the lavender’s smell… 😍 Thanks for sharing these beautiful moments 🌻

    1. It smelt so lovely I wanted to stay forever lol! 😊

  9. The telepathy 😂 okay but the pictures are so stunning! ❤

    1. The sunflowers told me to tell you they say hi 😂 Aww thanks all credit for the pics goes to Rach!

      1. Hahaha Hi right back at them 😄 ofcourse our favorite photographer but the model was good too 😂

        1. Aww thanks lol and yeah she’s like our personal photographer now lol 😂

  10. You looking breathtakingly beautiful🥰💕💕💕

  11. What a wonderful day! 💜 There’s a great lavender farm outside Portland, Oregon in a place called Sauvie Island. It’s very similar, and the smell is incredible. Good times!

    1. Thank you! Oh wow I’m sure it smells just as great as this one. There’s nothing better than lavender 💜

  12. This trip looked like it was so fun! I bet it smelt absolutely wonderful and I’m totally hating on you right now 😂 The pictures came out so cute too! 😍✨💞

    1. Lol don’t worry we’ll definitely go there whenever we meet up 🙌🙌 Aww thank you 😊😊

  13. 😅 well be back from your little trip.

  14. The sunflowers look amazing! I love how it seems like such a simple design, but it’s really cool!

    1. Thanks so much! It was a really cool place for sure!

  15. I love lavender. At first I didn’t like it since my hometown didn’t have them. However I gradually ease into it and now it is my favorite fragrance for soap and hand wash. It has a distinct herb flavor to it.

    1. How interesting I always assumed lavender grew in most places. Yes it definitely has a distinct and lovely scent.

  16. Love your photos too, especially the one with lavender bushes. I guess the flowers (including the sunflowers) are all passing their flowery stage, but still it’s a beautiful sight.

    1. Thanks- yeah they are ready to be harvested according to the people who worked there but they were still lovely.

  17. Envy you!!…standing in a lavender farm…that’s been on my bucket list for quite a while….still remains there sadly!
    I have been blogging on my US trips…maybe you can checkout and give me a feedback

    1. It was a great experience and if you’re ever able to do it you totally should!

      Sure I’ll check it out.

  18. looks like it was a nice place to be out in nature; love the small church – I wonder how many other churches around the world claim that distinction! 🙂

    1. It was definitely very nice. Apparently this is like the “official” smallest chapel in the world but I’m sure there are quite a few similar places in other places too.

      1. it’s nice to be the official one!

  19. Yay… you got your lavender fix 👏👏👏

    1. I sure did- it was wonderful!

      1. Heaven! 💕👏👏👏

  20. Oh. It looks like such a beautiful farm. Such lovely photos. I’m glad that you’re having a great time, Pooja

    1. Thanks so much and it definitely was very beautiful!

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