Schoharie Region – Above and beyond the anxiously awaited signature Fall Plant/Book/Bake Sale at the Landis Arboretum on September 13 – 14, September signals the opening of classrooms everywhere. The Arboretum opens its sweeping 548-acres outdoor laboratory with an array of
September 6, Saturday, 9 am -Noon. Native Plant Collection Walk Join curator Ed Miller for a tour of the Native Plant Collection at the Arboretum. From the parking lot, the first stop will be at the bog garden, where participants will see all of the woody bog plants that they would have to drive hundred of miles to see in the
September 16, Tuesday, 6–8 pm CONFRONTING OUR CLI
September 20, Saturday, 2–3:30 pm FALL FLOWER WALKGoldenrods and asters make up most of our fall flowers. We’ll study them and anything else that’s blooming as we walk about the Arboretum’s fields. Leader: George Steele, Science Educator. Suggested donation, $5.
September 26, Friday, 8 pmSeptember 27, Saturday, 8 pm PUBLIC STAR P
“Thousands of choice plants will be available at the 2008 Fall Plant Sale, so it will be to your advantage to spend a few minutes before the sale to stroll or sit in your own garden and think about what you see. Answering questions like these before you come to the sale will guide your purchases:
- What would you like to change about your garden?
- What do you like best about it?
- Does the garden have balance?
- Are there gaps in groups of plants?
- Is it practical to work in the garden areas?
“So go sit in your gardens. Take some time to look around. Make a list of what you need. Jot down ideas of how you can build your garden to be even more beautiful!
“We will be delighted to help you achieve that beautiful garden at the 2008 Fall Plant Sale!” About
For more information, call the Arboretum at 518-875-6935. The Landis Arboretum is located 1.5 miles off scenic Route 20 in