I went to the May plant sale at Laurelwood Arboretum. There were so many beautiful plants! I had a chance to walk around and decided to join Friends of Laurelwood Arboretum. What are some of the opportunities and benefits of being a member, besides the 10 percent plant sale discount (much appreciated)?
Thanks for being a customer at our annual fund-raising plant sale. A great deal of time and talents went into preparing for the sale. In fact, arrangements started the week after last year’s sale — identifying what sold well, what was leftover, what people requested for next year. We offered woody plants such as rhododendrons, azaleas and Pieris, plus other plants that represented Laurelwood (foxglove, winter aconite, ferns, primrose, Clerodendron, daisies and May apple. Co-chairs of the plant sale were Linda Wescott and Jeanne Pisatowski, with lots of help from Joe Di Giacomo and Sue Horesta, and a committee of nearly every volunteer at Laurelwood Arboretum. We hope that you will come back again next year, the Saturday before Mother’s Day. Continue reading →
I am looking forward to May at Laurelwood Arboretum – rhododendron, azaleas and lilacs are in bloom and shopping at the annual Plant Sale. Do you have any information on what plants might be available at the Plant Sale this year?Continue reading →
Now that the trees have lost their leaves, the landscape takes on a look with different points of interest. How can I duplicate some the beautiful silhouettes that I see at Laurelwood? Thank you and Happy New Year!Continue reading →