**WEATHER UPDATE** The Wildflower Celebration will take place rain or shine. The forecast for tomorrow does predict a chance of storms in the morning. Our team takes safety seriously and will keep visitors apprised if there is a need to leave the wooded area. Should you decide to join us tomorrow, be sure to dress for precipitation and wear shoes that can get muddy.
Spring is when a rainbow of wildflowers carpets the forest floor. See these fireworks of flowers on Sunday, May 7 from 1pm-4pm at Phyllis and Frank Yuhas Woods, a secluded nature preserve. The natural trails that wind through this mature forest will lead you beneath a towering canopy that’s leaves are beginning to unfurl. Wildflowers of myriad colors and shapes will inspire a joyous celebration of springtime to the tune of birdsong and frog calls.
At the Wildflower Celebration, you can wander the trails on your own and at your leisure between 1pm-4pm. Be sure to pick up our self-guided woodland scavenger hunt! Or, join two botanical experts on a guided wildflower tour offered at 1:30pm and 2:30pm.
Yuhas Woods is open to the public for less than 10 hours each year. This is a special chance to see a beautiful forest. You do not need to register for this event, just show up and prepare to be amazed!
Directions & Parking: Beginning at 1pm, you can park along the grassy lane past the gate. The gate is located down a short paved drive off 5964 W 400 S, Farmland, IN 47340.