Volume 33 , Number 3
In this Issue
Plant health care does not begin and end with choosing the correct plant for a site. Several other factors can benefit or harm trees and other plants, factors including nutrient...Read More
If you were not able to get to the sale this spring, we hope these photographs will encourage you to join us at our fall sale September 19 & 20!Read More
The videography crew picked a perfect day to capture Landis' beauty. The producer was so enthralled with the view from the deck that the shot is used as...Read More
It’s summer and the Van Loveland gardens at Landis are in full bloom. An abundant mix of day lilies, phlox, foxglove, lilies, bee balm, salvia, yarrow, and rudbeckia fill the...Read More
In the heart of Cobleskill sits the stately Bull’s Head Inn, believed to be the town’s oldest building. Erected in 1802, the inn had been closed for four years. Now...Read More
The Fall Plant / Book / Bake Sale is fast approaching! Marian and Ken Hotopp (aka “The Bookies”) are encouraging Landis members to drop off extra canvas or recyclable nonwoven...Read More
As the August 8 “perennial” 5K Forest Run / Walk approaches, the “S’cary Leg Runners” are stepping up to coordinate the ninth annual event.
The running community in the Schoharie...Read More
Karl Gustafson became familiar with the Landis Arboretum, on paper at least, while working for the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce. Last spring curiosity got the better of him...Read More
PictureMark King of the MHLC presents Ed Miller with the “Saving Special Places” award.
Ed Miller, founder and curator of the Landis Arboretum’s Native Plant Trail, was awarded the Saving...Read More
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