Volume 40 , Number 3
In this Issue
Over the years, both hikers and ramblers have discovered that Landis has something for everyone. Whether they enjoy strolling through our gardens and collections or exploring the more challenging...Read More
An arboretum, by definition, is a garden of trees. But the Landis Arboretum is known for many things beyond its trees: native plants, hiking trails, plant sales, concerts, classes, sculptures...Read More
It’s coming. It’s almost here. The end of Daylight Savings, the time of darkness.
Already it’s starting. You’ve probably noticed that days are shorter, sunset coming just a minute or...Read More
Susan Strangia led a Second Sunday Snowshoe at Landis last February, her first. Some of the participants had never been on snowshoes – and most had never been to the...Read More
Many hope for their dreams to become reality. Vijaya Luxmi doesn’t need to hope anymore. Her vision of a tranquil meditation garden honoring the memory of her parents...Read More
More than 70 years ago, Fred Lape transformed his family’s Oak Nose Farm into the Landis Arboretum and a haven for artists with the help of his friend George Landis...Read More
Extend the season of color in the garden by adding trees and shrubs that have stunning leaf, bark, or berry color in the fall.
Oxydendrum arboretum (sourwood) has dark, glossy...Read More
Thinking about what she and her husband have accomplished over the years, and flashing a huge smile, Carolyn said, “I love all this, this is my heaven!”
When Carolyn and...Read More
Rainy skies couldn’t dampen the spirits of any of the Arboretum members and friends who gathered in the Meeting House on September 25th to celebrate our volunteers and allies.
It’s true - being a member of Landis Arboretum at any level can mean free or reduced admission to one of over 345 amazing gardens and arboreta in North America...Read More
Your membership dollars are critical to our economic viability and the sustainability of our collections, grounds, and educational programs. You can help by joining or renewing your membership . Consider renewing at a higher level. Encourage your family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers to do so as well. Give the gift of membership to the beautiful Landis Arboretum!
We have good friends in the community that help the Arboretum in a number of ways.
Please consider patronizing our Business Members, Sponsors, and Allies!