2017-2018 ROUNDTABLE DATES
We study a specific area of horticulture, or a family of plants and other gardening related issues on the first Saturday of the month from 10am until noon from October through March. All are welcome, whether members or not, to participate in these free discussions. They are moderated by Pamela Harwood and take place at the HAH Library and meeting room on the lower level of the Bridgehampton Community House. Enter at our parking lot on the west side of School Street and go to the door to the right of the Book Bay.
Reports on these meetings can be found in our newsletters and also here on the website in our Plant Info section.
May 5 – 10 am – Alejandro Saralegui, director of MADOO, will join us as our special guest and share his knowledge of gardening and plants.
April 7 – THE MAY 2018 HAH GARDEN FAIR. “GETTING TO KNOW YOU” THE PLANTS THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AND HOW TO CARE FOR THEM
March 3 – LATE WINTER AND EARLY SPRING PRUNING TECHNIQUES
February 3 – TOPICS to include Native plant gardens, rain gardens, rain barrels
· Vicki Bustamante of Provenance Natives will be joining us to lend her expertise with native plants
· Speakers from The Peconic Estuary Program will talk about their homeowners’ rebates.
· Questions from the floor.
January 6 – TIPS ON HOW TO USE THE WINTER MONTHS TO PLAN SPRING GARDEN IMPROVEMENTS
December 2 – Conifers for the Winter Garden and Holiday Decorating with Plants from Your Garden
November 4 – THE BEST PLANTS TO ATTRACT BUTTERFLIES, HUMMINGBIRDS, AND OTHER POLLINATORS TO YOUR GARDEN, INCLUDING DEER-RESISTANT, PARTIAL SHADE-TOLERANT, AND NATIVE PLANTS – Did you wish that you had more butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators in your garden this year? Come to the next Roundtable.
PLANTS THAT PUT ON A GREAT DISPLAY IN LATE FALL AND EARLY WINTER –
Who doesn’t wish in November and December that their garden had more of a show? Come to the next Roundtable to learn about plants that you can enjoy during these months, including deer- resistant and native varieties.
October 7 – Voles see the Nov. 2017 Newsletter for a report on this discussion.
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