Volume 37 , Number 2
In this Issue
Darlene Patterson of the Schoharie Promotional Association reminds us that the Association will be hosting its 3rd Annual Lily Festival on July 13 from 10 AM to 3 PM at...Read More
When the Landis Arboretum hosts its annual 5K Perennial Forest Run/Walk, sponsorship that underwrites the cost of the event ensures maximum benefit for the organization. Shelly VanNostrand, CPA PLLC, of...Read More
We know it. One may have grown in the backyard of our childhood home. It is a “nice tree.” It doesn’t have one single outstanding feature to capture our...Read More
It isn’t surprising that Nan Williams was introduced to the Arboretum by her “best friend” of more than thirty years, Ed Miller, one of Landis’ most dedicated members. As...Read More
Everyone loves hummingbirds. A highlight of any trip to the Arboretum is a chance to see a hummingbird zip past, levitate in front of a blossom, and then zoom away...Read More
Oaks are our legacy here at the Landis Arboretum, what with the land originally known as “Oak Nose Farm” after the 500-year-old “Great Oak” that once stood overlooking the Schoharie...Read More
This poem by Arboretum founder, Fred Lape, playfully meditates on both the permanence and impermanence of sand. Lape intimates that sand, over the millennia, “retains nothing long,” yet in the...Read More
Twice a year, in the spring and fall, the Arboretum welcomes visitors to its storied plant sales, and many may not know that these events would not be possible without...Read More
Summer is here and so are the bugs!
Well, actually most of the ‘bugs” bugging you aren’t really bugs. All bugs are insects, but not all insects are bugs. Bugs...Read More
After the success of the “Small Shrubs for Small Spaces” category at the Spring Plant Sale, we will continue the theme at the fall sale – and bringing your attention...Read More
Every time I hear the word “tick,” I cringe in fear of the little arachnids – and their bite and the diseases they carry. The recent exponential increase in the...Read More
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