- -- Posted 09/24/2021 by Webmaster --
“Then summer came, announced by June,With beauty, miracle and mirth.She hung aloft the rounding moon,She poured her sunshine on the earth”-Leslie Pinckney Hill, excerpt “Summer Magic”
Although the main event of spring blooms has passed, the arboretum has lots of blooms for those who are willing to slow down and look. One show-stopper that is easy ...
- -- Posted 09/10/2021 by Webmaster --
How is it possible that 2021’s spring and summer have come and gone? Despite lingering Covid 19 concerns, we are happily welcoming the nascent signs of autumn at Willowwood.
I am so grateful that the Arboretum continues to provide the public with such a beautiful and comforting oasis as Willowwood and my appreciation extends to the ...
- -- Posted 06/25/2021 by Webmaster --
Dear Friends of Willowwood,
I am perched in my home office enjoying the beauty of our home garden just outside my window. My blue lace hydrangeas are in their glory. Doesn’t it seem like the lush landscape of June is even more spectacular than ever this summer? And visitors continue to find Willowwood to be as ...
- -- Posted 06/03/2021 by Webmaster --
Brace and Meryl
It is with great pleasure that I write to introduce Meryl Carmel as the new Willowwood Foundation President and Joseph Arvay DMD who has the difficult job as replacement for past Treasurer and long time Trustee Stathis Andris to whom we owe many thanks for his financial diligence and guidance.
I will assume the ...
- -- Posted 05/07/2021 by Webmaster --
“Mother Nature presents neither a wrinkled face nor tottering form, but constantly renews the bloom of her youth, while time fills up the volumes of her history.” -James Lendall Basford.
Spring has settled in and Willowwood is now bursting with blooms. The main event- the annual lilac display- is now starting to reach its peak as ...
- -- Posted 04/24/2021 by Webmaster --
Welcome to the Willowwood Arboretum. The Lilacs are in bud and some of them like Syringa x hyacinthiflora ‘Annabel’, one of the best pinks, are just beginning to bloom. The next couple of weeks will be wonderful as more Lilacs will open with sweet lilac fragrance perfuming the air.
The 2021 Lilac Path Brochure (click here) ...
- -- Posted 04/08/2021 by Webmaster --
“Blossom by blossom the spring begins” -Algernon Charles Swinburne
Suddenly it’s SPRING at Willowwood!. This winter was brutal as February was the snowiest on record for this area with over 31 inches of snow. It may have felt like winter was never going to end but the sounds of spring- the chirping birds, the hum of ...
- -- Posted 03/31/2021 by Webmaster --
Greetings and Happy Spring,
With spring in the air, lengthening daylight hours and the awakening of the natural world, I’m feeling my energy begin to return after a year like no other. Like many of you, my attention this time of year turns to the garden and our hidden Gem, the Willowwood Arboretum.
The gardens at Willowwood ...
- -- Posted 10/07/2020 by Webmaster --
Late summer meadow
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”― L. M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
The beauty of the autumn season has begun and visitors may now enjoy the arboreta during standard operating hours, daily from 8AM to dusk. The maples, dogwoods, and katsura are all changing color at the ...
- -- Posted 08/04/2020 by Webmaster --
WELCOME BACK to the Willowwood Arboretum!
Beginning Monday, August 3, Willowwood is open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 3 pm.
Buildings are closed but most gardens and walking trails are open. A porta john is available.
This quote by Minnie Aumonier seems apt for this moment in time- “When the world wearies ...