The Parry Trail is the place to view our Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica) during the last weeks in April.
Our log cabin was built in the 1930's as a WPA project - constructed out of American chestnut logs.
The pond is a fun place to look for frogs and turtles among the aquatic plants.
Our nursery is used to propagate native plants for use on Preserve grounds and to sell at our Plant Sales.
The plant in our logo is twinleaf. In early spring, it greets us with white petals and mirror image leaves. (Twinleaf - Jeffersonia diphylla)
The Preserve is part of the Pidcock Creek Watershed - come enjoy the scenery with a walk along the creek.
This 15-acre area was established in 1944 as the first Pennsylvania Memorial Reforestation Program.
In the crisp winter air, experience the peaceful magic of new snow lighting up our picturesque stone bridge.
In spring, stroll amidst a profusion of woodland wildflowers to the songs of thrushes and warblers. (Red trillium - Trillium erectum)
In summer, enjoy the contrast of cool forests and warm meadows with native pollinators a buzz.
In fall, revel in the brilliance of the foliage, with crunchy leaves underfoot and blue skies overhead. (Sourwood - Oxydendrum arboreum)
P.O. Box 685, 1635 River Road, New Hope PA 18938 215.862.2924 email@example.com