The second annual Wildflower Festival in Sheffield, Massachusetts is now open to visitors at Bartholomew’s Cobble.
Bartholomew’s Cobble, a 329-acre reservation, was designated as a National Nature Landmark in 1971. It has more than 800 plant species – 29 of which are listed by the Massachusetts Natural Heritage and Endangered Species program.
The wildflowers include white and red trilliums, spring beauty, bloodroot, toothwort, wild ginger and violets, among others.
The festival runs through May 7th.