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Vermont Wildflower Farm

The Vermont Wildflower Farm consists of six acres of fields and forest habitat and hosts some 250 species of wildflowers, all of which are labeled and "signed" with detailed explanations as to the uses Native Americans put them to, legends surrounded them, etc. A multimedia show, "Our Wildflowers Through the Seasons," is also shown every thirty minutes.

The farm is open early-April to late October, seven days a week, 10-5 and attracts some 30,000 visitors every year.

The Vermont Wildflower Farm is located on Route 7 in Charlotte (between Burlington and Middlebury). You can contact them at the following:

PO Box 96, Charlotte, VT 05445
802-425-3641
Email: vermontwildflowerfarm@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.vermontwildflowerfarm.com
Owners: Chris and Diana Borie


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