News from Landis

Mar 28, 2023

Things Are Looking Up

Tree canopy -- Anita Sanchez Long ago I worked at a nature center, leading walks... Read More

Mar 28, 2023

S-L-O-W Birding: A Primer for Beginners

Are you considering birding? Perhaps you’ve heard that birding is a great way to enjoy... Read More

Mar 28, 2023

Book Review: “The Nature of Oaks”

The Nature of Oaks Doug Tallamy’s “The Nature of Oaks: The Rich Ecology of Our... Read More

Mar 28, 2023

Re-thinking Garden Pests

“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything... Read More

Mar 28, 2023

At the HVCC Flower and Garden Show: Landis Volunteers

The Landis Arboretum has always been a visible presence in the communities it serves. One... Read More

Mar 28, 2023

Barn Swallows

In this poem, Arboretum founder Fred Lape calls our attention to the “commonplace” miracle of... Read More

Mar 28, 2023

Picturing Landis through the year

Scenic Landis Arboretum just begs to be captured by photographers, professionals and amateurs alike. Enjoy... Read More

Mar 14, 2023

2022 Annual Report

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Sep 22, 2022

From the Director’s Desk: Landis Trails, New Map and Guide

Over the years, both hikers and ramblers have discovered that Landis has something for... Read More

Sep 22, 2022

From the Garden: Gardens Within a Garden

An arboretum, by definition, is a garden of trees. But the Landis Arboretum is known... Read More

Sep 22, 2022

Welcome Darkness!

It’s coming. It’s almost here. The end of Daylight Savings, the time of darkness. Already... Read More

Sep 22, 2022

Landis Portraits: A Series About the People Behind the Plants at the Arboretum: Susan Strangia

Susan Strangia led a Second Sunday Snowshoe at Landis last February, her first. Some of... Read More

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