Volume 40 , Number 2
In this Issue
Thanks to our many wonderful volunteers, plant consignors, vendors, and customers, the Landis Signature Spring Plant, Book, and Bake Sale was a huge success. If you were not able to...Read More
In this last Q&A session, I am focusing on leaf color change during the spring and summer growing season, not autumn. When you see leaves changing color out of...Read More
Many people enjoy seeing butterflies in our Landis gardens. especially the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus. Besides having a beautiful appearance, the monarch has an important ecological role. It serves...Read More
It’s a beautiful summer day. You’ve finished your stack of books from the Landis Book Barn and need something else for summer reading—maybe a thriller or a murder mystery...Read More
As a professional horticulturalist and employee at a garden center, I am asked many questions about plants. One of the questions I hear most often is: “What shrubs can I...Read More
About a decade ago, we moved our website from an attractive but difficult to maintain platform. The new one allowed us to accept registrations for classes, process payments for memberships...Read More
I confess to “water anxiety.” I worry about having enough water to last the growing season, especially given the exigencies of climate change. I have this affliction in spite of...Read More
From his Duanesburg home, across the valley and due east from the Meeting House deck, Steve Perog can hear the Burtonsville Falls – and he can see the Arboretum. He’s...Read More
What do Southside Beverage and the Landis Arboretum have in common? Sam McClary, manager of Southside Beverage, is proud that, like Landis, Southside has made a name for itself as...Read More
Landis Arboretum is grateful to have received many botanical drawings created by the late Anne Jaster, former Board member, naturalist, and a lifelong artist. Her passion for the natural world...Read More
Wild ramps are a favorite vegetable we wait for each spring. These mini onion bulbs taste like a cross between an onion and garlic and can be eaten raw...Read More
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