The Landis Newsletter
Winter offers a new way of looking at the familiar.
The Arboretum is open to the public throughout the year.
Come to Landis to hike or snowshoe.
The Great Oak before recent storm damage.
Glancing through a pile of old Arboretum newsletters, I came across a long article by Fred Lape, the Arboretum’s founder, in the Winter...
While winter's white grips leafless trees, spring is already on the gardener’s horizon. An order has been placed with Johnny's Selected Seeds for the culinary herbs that will be showcased...
Those who visit the Arboretum know that it is not without its challenges. Hiking the trail to the Great Oak, rambling the Native Plant Trail, or climbing the hill from...
We know that some of you wait anxiously all year for our Second Sunday Snowshoe events. This year, we will be snowshoeing on January 11 and February 8, from ...
Like a healthy tree, Landis has been developing a strong root system, and like a tree with strong roots, the top growth becomes sustained. From the gardens and collections to...
Four-foot wooden roosters, each unique and hand-painted, mark many sites along the Route 30 Corridor. The rooster is the symbol of the Schoharie Valley Association and modeled after the weathervane...
It could have been any late fall day at Landis. The skies shifted ever so slowly from threatening clouds to cleansing rain and, suddenly, cleared. The weathered barn door of...
It was only a matter of minutes, but Anita Sanchez’s first encounter with the Arboretum proved to be a lasting one.
Anita was working at the Five Rivers...
Once again the seasons turn, and it will soon be time to renew your Landis Arboretum membership.
The membership year runs from May 1 to April 30 of each year...
The red, orange and gold leaves are gone, turned to crumpled brown paper. Now, in the dark days of winter, the evergreen trees come into their own. They've been there...
Shakespeare sat high above the bookshelves at the Barnes and Noble in Saratoga Springs, indifferent to the crowds as he turned his head around, and around, and around . ...
Kicking off the first Landis Arboretum Garden Club gathering, ten enthusiastic gardeners came together on a beautiful autumn day to talk about their “hits and misses” of the 2014 garden...
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