The October issue of our newsletter is here HAH October 2018 NL
The HAH Roundtable Program Resumes
Saturday, October 6, 2018
10 am sharp – Noon – HAH Library
“Water Features in the Garden: Varieties, Installation, Maintenance, and the Plants that Complement Them.” Several members who have lovely water features in their gardens will be on hand to discuss them and answer questions. So, if you have one, would like to consider adding one, or just like dreaming about having one, please join us! Moderated by Pamela Harwood
HAH Monthly Lecture
Sunday, October 14, 2018
2 pm – Main Hall of Bridgehampton Community House
Anne Haines will speak about a wide variety of “Fragrant Plants for Your Garden.” Although most garden plants are chosen for their visual appeal, fragrance is becoming an increasing focus of interest for gardeners. From aromatic herbs to sultry jasmine, this talk will focus upon the best plants that provide daytime and nighttime aromatic intrigue!
Anne is a Cook College (Rutgers University) alumna with a BS in Horticulture and MS in Entomology from the University of Florida. She owned and operated The Book Tree, a horticultural bookstore, for 10 years and Deer Country Gardens, a retail nursery specializing in deer-resistant plants. Anne’s hands-on horticultural experience includes working at Princeton Nurseries and Mapleton Nurseries in Princeton, NJ and most recently at RareFind Nursery in Jackson, NJ for 9 years. She now gardens for private clients.
THE HAH YARD, BOOK AND
Saturday, October 20, 2018
9 am – 12 noon
HAH Library and Garden
Don’t miss this great opportunity to buy gently used garden ornaments, pots, tools, garden books, bulbs, seeds and plants from members’ gardens! It is the BEST SALE anywhere in the Hamptons this fall, if you are a gardener! COME ONE COME ALL! And look on page 3 of the newsletter for details or to donate to the array!