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Lakeland Flowers

Hours & Location

Visit us now for the Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival!

Sunflowers and dozens of meadow flowers are now blooming.

Monday to Sunday – 10am to 6pm

Free onsite parking at:
3663 Marion Rd, Abbotsford, BC V3G 2J6


Coming from West of Abbotsford:

Take TransCanada Hwy/BC 1 Eastbound and take Exit 99 (Cole Road).
Slight right onto South Parallel Rd for 3km.
Turn right onto No. 4 Rd.
Turn right onto Marion Rd.
Look for parking signage.

Free onsite parking is at:
3663 Marion Rd,
Abbotsford, BC V3G 2J6

When travelling to a destination
west of Abbotsford:

Depart from Lakeland south on Marion to Wells Line.
Continue on Wells Line until it turns into Fadden Rd and then into Nelles Rd. (past Birchwood Dairy)
Turn Right on Whatcom to continue to Hwy 1.

Coming from East Of Abbotsford:

Take TransCanada Hwy/BC-1 Westbound and take Exit 104 ( No. 3 Rd)
Turn left onto No. 3 Rd
Turn right onto S. Parallel Rd.
Turn left onto Marion Rd.

Free onsite parking is at:
3663 Marion Rd,
Abbotsford, BC V3G 2J6

When travelling to a destination
east of Abbotsford:

Depart from Lakeland south on Marion.
Turn left on No. 5 Rd.
Turn left onto the Interprovincial Hwy.
Turn left onto No. 3 Rd to Hwy 1.

While you’re in the area…

Consider visiting these neighbour businesses, before or after your visit to Lakeland Flowers:

Ripples Winery and New Wave Distilling
Located at 3387 Tolmie Rd, Abbotsford, BC

Birchwood Dairy
Located at 1154 Fadden Rd, Abbotsford, BC

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Abbotsford Tulip Festival?

The Abbotsford Tulip Festival is an offering inviting the public to visit and enjoy the gorgeous spectacle of a working flower farm – Lakeland Flowers. The tulip fields span 28 acres and  showcase 100 varieties of tulips, including double, fringed, and parrot varieties! Our legacy tulip is named after Peter Warmerdam, Lakeland’s first generation farmer.

The Abbotsford Tulip Festival is just the beginning of a six- month flower offering, the Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival, that begins with tulips and canola in April and May, and ends with sunflowers and other cut flowers in August. Learn more about our flower offerings here.

What is the Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival?

The Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival starts with the tulips and ends with the sunflowers. It is the largest summer floral experience in Canada. Guests are invited to wander through 43 acres of tulips and canola, 32 acres of peonies, lupins, Siberian wallflower, and lavender, and 20 acres of sunflowers, flowering crops, such as buckwheat, mustard and phacelia along with dozens of varieties of flowering cut beds including hydrangea, dahlias, marigolds, and snapdragons.

April & May: tulips and canola
May & June: peonies, lupins, Siberian wallflower, and lavender
July & August: hydrangea, flowering crops, flowering cut beds, and sunflowers

Learn more about our flower offerings here. See a map of our farm offerings here.

What is the bloom status right now?

From April to September there is always something blooming at Lakeland Flowers. Our Field Report is the best place to see current field images and weather conditions at the farm. See a calendar of our Flower Offerings here.

Is there parking and is there a cost?

We offer free parking on-site! The parking area is located near 3663 Marion Rd, as seen on Google Maps. Turn south onto Marion Rd from No. 4 Rd, then look for signs marking the entrance to the designated parking area.

See directions for best routes to and from our on-site parking.

Do you have u-pick fields?

During the Abbotsford Tulip Festival we don’t have a u-pick section but we have bouquets for sale.

During the Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival you may pick your own sunflowers. Admission includes 5 stems from our sunflower u-pick field!

What cut flowers can I buy at the farm?

There will be a variety of cut flowers available for purchase at the farm, depending on what is in season at the time you visit. To get an idea of what cut flowers might be available, see our field report showing latest blooming updates on the farm.

We also offer garlands of fresh cut marigolds when they’re in season (usually from late June onwards).

What tulip varieties do you have?

The Abbotsford Tulip Festival is a dazzling display of colour care of the huge variety of tulips we grow. See a full list of this season’s tulip varieties here.

What field flowers are available during the Abbotsford Tulip Festival?

Assorted canola, marigolds and a few surprises.

Are the fields mobility aid and stroller accessible?

We love for our guests with mobility aids and strollers to have the best experience at Lakeland Flowers. However, we recommend that our guests be able to comfortably walk 1km without assistance to get the best experience.

Wheelchairs that are not suitable for uneven ground are not recommended.
We have some wheelchairs available. They are free to use and are on a first come, first serve basis.

Our field walkways are on grass or dirt which can sometimes be uneven or muddy. We recommend that if you use a mobility aid or stroller, that you visit us on a day when we’ve had a few days without rain. Please check our Field Report and/or social media for an update on our accessibility status.

Please note that the Summer Flower Festival spans 45 acres! Bring suitable shoes for walking!

Can I buy tickets at the gate?

Yes! Tickets can be purchased with Cash or Credit Card at the gate.  See all ticket pricing here.

What if it's raining?

The Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival operates rain or shine! Please dress appropriately for the weather – this includes considering appropriate footwear for the conditions! See our Field Report to get an idea of walkway conditions.

Will there be professional photographers available on site?

Lakeland Flowers does not provide or arrange professional photographers for our guests to the Abbotsford Tulip Festival or Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival, but we gladly recommend some locals you can contact directly (in no particular order):

Morgan (no last name)  –  @amazingdayphotography

Amna Israr  –  @amnaisrar_photography

April Steegstra  –

Brooklyn Dudarewicz  –  @brooklyndphotography

Nicole Danielle  –  @detailsbynicoledanielle

Emily Peter  –  @emilypeterphotography

Fardou McLean  – @fardou_photography

Desiré Kokuvi Amouzou  –  @findyouinthevalley

Natalia (no last name)  –  @focuslensv_photography

Alex (no last name)  –

Hannah Cummins  –  @hannahcumminsphotography

Ronel Alberts  –  @itcredible_webdesign

Justine Robinson  –  @j.r.exposure

Jennifer (no last name)  –  @jcmomentsphotography

Jess Rinfret  –  @jessrinfretphotography

Jassi Khurana  –  @jstarfilms

Justine Russo  –  @justrinerussophotographer

Kayla Sullivan  –  @kaylaleeartistry

Kenzie Boden  –

Kaitie Zeilstra  –  @kz_photography_official

Laura Winship  –  @laurawinshipphotography

Leanne Sim  –  @leannesimphotographer

Lindsay Kay  –  @lindsay_kayy

Lindsey Parker  –  @lindseyparkerphotography

Jennifer Kernohan  –  @mazeleenphotography

Snehal (no last name)  –  @memoriesbysnehal

Ramtin (no last name)  –  @o.n.e.t.i.n.

Rachel Chila  –  @rachelchilaphotography

Taryn & Mae  –  @tarynandmae

Teresa Saunders  –  @teresasaundersphotography

Michelle Diamond@diamondsedgephotography


Anna Andres@annaandresphotography

Will all the flowers be in bloom?

Not all flowers will be in bloom at once.

For the Abbotsford Tulip Festival, we have planted a mix of early, mid, and late season blooming varieties and there will be overlap between the blooming of these varieties. No matter what time of the tulip season you visit, there will be a spectacular variety of colours and shapes on display. Learn more here.

For the Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival, peonies, lavendar, meadow flowers and sunflowers all bloom at different times. We plant our sunflowers in blocks sequentially over the the spring and early summer. This way, you will always have sunflowers in bloom when you come to Lakeland during the Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival.

See our Flower Offerings  for a better idea of the different flower seasons.

Stay tuned to our social media or check our Field Report for updates on field status before purchasing tickets, and to get an idea of what our fields currently look like.

Will I be able to get a refund if I can't attend?

All tickets are final sale.
Please feel free to gift your tickets to your friends or family if you cannot attend.

Is there a discount for children?

Children 3 and under are free!

Is there a baby changing station?

We are excited to be offering a baby changing station for all those families attending our event with little ones.

Are you dog friendly?

Absolutely! Fur babies are welcome. We simply ask that your dog remains on leash at all times and that you clean up after them.

Can I bring my own food?

Absolutely you can and we have picnic tables to dine at.

Will there be food trucks?

Yes! Food trucks will be available on all weekends until May 12th, and every day, including weekdays, from April 22nd until may 12th. See this page for the complete line-up.

Please check our socials for the most up-to-date announcements.

Will you have special event nights and live music?

Yes, we have events in the works. Our live music line-up will be posted here. Please follow us on social for updates or subscribe to our newsletter.

What attractions are nearby that I can add on to my visit?

We recommend Ripples Winery and New Wave Distilling along with Birchwood Dairy. Both farms are close and great additions to your day. Cultus Lake is also only 15 minutes away.

Lakeland Flowers Inc.

Abbotsford Summer Flower Festival
3663 Marion Rd, Abbotsford, BC, V3G2J6

39171 No 4 Rd, Abbotsford, BC, V3G2G2
Email: [email protected]

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