HAH

January 2018

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to All!

HAH welcomes you to a busy year ahead exploring the world of horticulture.

Our January newsletter can be read here January 2018 NL

where you will find info on all of our activities for the month.

 

Saturday, January 13, 2018

ROUNDTABLE  Rescheduled   1:00 – 3:00   in the HAH Library

Topic: TIPS ON HOW TO USE THE WINTER MONTHS TO PLAN SPRING GARDEN IMPROVEMENTS

The Roundtable is open to everyone. Pamela Harwood moderates.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

DRAWING BOTANICALS WORKSHOP 10-noon

led by Andrea Cote, check November newsletter for registration details.

 

Sunday, January 14, 2018

LECTURE   2 pm  – upstairs in the main hall of the BH Community House

Joseph Tychonievich

Rock Gardening: Reimagining a Classic Style – see details in NL

 

Saturday, January 20, 2018

BOOK REVIEW GROUP    11 am – 12 pm    in the HAH Library

The reviewers and the books they have read are as follows:

Elaine Peterson: The Rockefeller Family Gardens – Larry Lederman

Alicia Whitaker: Bunny Mellon: The Life of an American Style Legend – Merle Gordon

Susan Zeller: Art to Landscape: Unleashing Creativity in Garden Design – W. Gary Smith

The moderator is Carolyn Gemake.

Come join in for a stimulating discussion of words on horticulture.

December 2017

Our December Newsletter is here   December 2017 NL

where you will find all details of our events this month.

Saturday, Dec. 2 – Roundtable – 10 am – noon

Held in the HAH Library, open to all

  • Conifers for the Winter Garden
  • Holiday Decorating with Plants from Your Garden
    Moderated by Pamela Harwood

Sunday, Dec. 10 – Lecture & Party – 2 pm

Held in the main hall of the Bridgehampton Community House, members attend for free, not-yet members pay $10 per person.

Jan Johnsen speaks on ‘Serenity by Design.’

Her powerpoint is full of beautiful gardens and is an interactive presentation that everyone will enjoy!  It accompanies her popular garden design book, Heaven is a Garden – Designing Serene Outdoor Spaces for Inspiration and Reflection.

HOLIDAY PARTY IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE MONTHLY LECTURE
Please stay after the lecture and celebrate at our annual holiday party!
We ask that all members attending bring a dish of finger food – either sweet or savory. Please be sure it is covered and ready to serve. As always, wine, apple cider, coffee and tea will be provided.

Saturday, Dec.16 – Book Group – 11 am-noon

Held in the HAH Library, open to all

The reviewers and the books they have read are as follows:
Mike DeVito: The Passion for Gardening, Inspiration for a Lifetime – Ken Druse
Pamela Harwood: Founding Gardeners – Andrea Wolf
Scott Sottile: Planting in a Post-Wild World -Thomas Rainer & Claudia West
The moderator is Carolyn Gemake.
Come join in for a stimulating discussion of words on horticulture.

November 2017

Our November Newsletter is here

where you will find all info on our current events

November 2017 NL

November 12, 2017

Lecture – 2 pm

Ellen Ecker Ogden:

The Complete Kitchen Garden

 

HAH Lectures are free for members and $10 per person for not-yet members.

They are held in the main hall of the Bridgehampton Community House.

 

Our October Newsletter is here:

October 2017 NL

Saturday, October 7, 2017

10 am – Noon

HAH ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

Location: The HAH Library in the Bridgehampton Community House

1) VOLES! Since it has been the gardening and lawn topic of the summer, many calling it a cyclical epidemic, we will begin with a discussion of how to get rid of them as well as other pests.

2) A SUMMER LOOK-BACK: successes and challenges. Did you get inspiration from the garden tours?

3) QUESTIONS FROM THE FLOOR

1pm – 2:30pm

WORKSHOP: Planting Bulbs for Spring Color

Location:  Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton

This workshop will be held indoors in the event of rain

Join us for a workshop in partnership with Summerhill Landscapes, Bridge Gardens and theHorticultural Alliance of the Hamptons.

Planning and planting for the spring garden starts now!  Meet at Bridge Gardens for a workshop with the professionals at Summerhill Landscapes, and learn how to properly design with – and plant – a variety of bulbs that will provide early to late spring color to your garden.

Presentation will include information on sourcing, selecting and planting bulbs.  Every attendee will receive some bulbs to take home.

$10/person, free to Bridge Gardens and Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons members.

Space limited.  Registration and Pre-paid reservations are required.

Reservations must be made through Bridge Gardens, 631.283.3195, as Summerhill will need to know approximately how many are attending in order to have enough bulbs for everyone.

 

Sunday, October 15, 2017

2 pm in the Main Hall of the Bridgehampton Community House

PANEL DISCUSSION with four great professionals from our area 

PUTTING YOUR GARDEN TO BED FOR WINTER

Elizabeth Lear, Peter Bertrand, R. B. Boyle, Paul Wagner

Open our October Newsletter ABOVE for full details

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