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Northeast Ohio Lavender Trail

June 2021 -- Warm summer days are almost here and it's the perfect time to start planning your trip to pick fresh Lavender on the Northeast Ohio Lavender Trail!

Image featured is from Maize Valley's 2020 Lavender Season. 

Maize Valley Winery & Brewery

U-Cut Lavender 

Lavender Harvest season is targeted to begin June 15th at Maize Valley Winery & Brewery.  We will be offering two different daily U-Cut time slots.  There will be a 12:00pm to 3:00pm time slot and a 5:00pm to 8:00pm available Monday - Saturday.  Closed on Sundays.  The winery, craft brewery and restaurant will be open from 10:00am till 8:00pm Monday through Saturday for those wishing some refreshments also.  Maize Valley has sixteen on-site produced Craft Beers on tap, over twenty varieties of wine ranging from sweet to dry and an on site restaurant. The Lavender Harvest lasts approximately five weeks. 

Visitors will take a short walk to the field where they will receive all the tools and instruction they need to cut their bouquet. Admission rates, details, and weather updates will be available on the Maize Valley website at or by calling 330.877.8344.

Pegasus Farms Country Store & Gardens

Enjoy Pick Your Own Bundles

Pegasus Farm grows three types of lavender that will be available around mid to late June for pick your own bundles! Other lavender products are available in their Country Store. The store also offers bulk foods and spices, gluten-free foods, dairy and ice cream, gifts, and produce grown seasonally in their garden.  While you’re there, kids can enjoy a scavenger hunt through their five-acre garden, feeding the fish, and playing yard games. Stop by the Pegasus Farm Country Store & Gardens during Lavender Season this Summer. The Store is open Monday-Friday 10AM-7PM and Saturday 9AM-4PM. 

Details and updates will be available on the Pegasus Farm website at

Sandy Creek Ventures

U-Pick Lavender Harvest 

Located in East Canton, the Farm features fresh lavender that is grown on land that has been passed down generation from generation. Located on the property is a barn that was built in 1875, and a farm house that was built in 1886. This all started when the family decided to think outside of the box, find your niche, and do something that sets you apart. 

You must reserve a spot via their website in advance to pick in their fields beginning June 20-July 17.  In addition to picking lavender, they also offer guided meditation, yoga at sunset, professional photography and scheduled personal time in the field.

Lavender Trails

Lavender Farm 

Lavender Trails farm located in Orrville, Ohio, with over 1-mile of lavender, you will enjoy walking through 64-rows of the most beautiful plants. The gardens showcase 8 different species including white, pink and several shades of purple. Guests will enjoy the Lavender Trails Gift Shop that features levender scented lava bracelets, artisans woodturned lavender vases, soaps, lotions and more. 

Lavender Trails is open daily beginning June 25th until late July. Bring your camera for amazing photo opps! They are also hosting two vendor Sundays with food trucks and crafter tables, held July 11th and 18th . There is a $5 admission fee. Purchase your tickets online now at


Allison Gromofsky


Allison Gromofsky is the Marketing Coordinator for Visit Canton.  She enjoys shopping, spending time with friends & family, going to concerts, and watching football!  Allison can be found trying new restaurants, exploring museums, and hanging out at Canton First Fridays. Allison is a Stark County native and loves to work, play and live in Canton, with her husband, Andy. Have an update or comment about the blog? Reach out at

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