LOOKING AHEAD AT HAH

AUGUST  –  LOCAL GARDEN TOURS

HAH offers free local garden tours to members only. The gardens are carefully chosen for their interest and variety of styles and may include gardens of both members and non-members of HAH.

Upcoming ones are on Sunday, August 6 in Bridgehampton, Saturday, August 19 in Southampton and Saturday, August 26 in Watermill/ Bridgehampton

IF YOU ARE A MEMBER, PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL FOR DIRECTIONS TO THE FIRST LOCATION WHERE YOU WILL SIGN IN AND RECEIVE DIRECTIONS TO THE OTHER GARDENS ON TOUR THAT MORNING.

THESE TOURS ARE ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR EVENTS THAT HAH OFFERS ITS MEMBERSHIP.  BECOME A MEMBER TODAY AND JOIN US!

SEPTEMBER EVENTS

Saturday, September 9  Workshop

10 am – 12:30 pm

Trees Under Attack: Threats Facing Three Iconic Trees

Life Without Oak, Beech and Elm

Michael S. Gaines, President of CW Arborists                                                                              

A Bus Tour of Three Sites in Bridgehampton & Sagaponack

See the July/August Newsletter for registration form (no later than August 15)

Sunday, September 10th  at  2 pm

In the main hall of the Bridgehampton Community House

LECTURE by DARYL BEYERS  

FABULOUS FALL & WINTER CONTAINERS

Daryl Beyers, has over 20 years of professional landscaping experience specializing in residential garden design and development. As Coordinator of the Gardening Certificate Program at the New York Botanical Garden Daryl helps guide their curriculum and also teaches gardening and garden design classes to hundreds of students each year. While a staff writer, photographer and editor for Fine Gardening magazine he authored two special issues on garden design (Great Gardens Vols. 1 & 2) and more recently served as Contributing Garden Editor for Martha Stewart Living. His articles on gardening and garden design have also appeared in Horticulture, HGTV Magazine, and Real Simple. Daryl’s landscape design and development firm, Daryl Beyers, LLC, is based in Fairfield County, Connecticut. 

 

Saturday, September 16,  9:00 – noon

HAH FALL BOOK, PLANT & YARD SALE 

In the HAH library and garden at the Bridgehampton Community House. See the map on this page!

Come browse many wonderful slightly worn books on gardening and horticultural topics, as well as tools, pots, vases and more donations from members. There will also be an array of plants dug and donated by members from their gardens. And if you have something to donate, bring it in during regular Library hours in August, or before Sept. 10, please.

 

Sunday, September 24   –   2 pm

THE HAH KARISH SEMINAR THIS YEAR WILL BE LED BY NOTED GARDEN WRITER AND PLANTSMAN, KEN DRUSE

Ken will speak on “Gardening in the Shade at a Time of Climate Change”.

Additionally there will be a selection of plants available from Glover Grown Perennials.

The Karish Seminar is an annual event that features exceptional speakers and experiences in support of HAH’s education activities, including our scholarship fund. The cost is $100 per person.  Check back to our website as we will be adding more details about this exciting event.

 

Saturday, October 7, 2017

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 the Horticultural 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.

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