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A comprehensive list of benefits is below.
Benefits of Membership
Monthly Newsletter Provides comprehensive information on current topics in horticulture, as well as HAH and other East End garden news and events.
Website Provides general information about HAH, current events at HAH, links to important articles of horticultural interest and access to archive of past newsletters, recorded Zoom lectures, Roundtables, and Workshops at www.hahgarden.org. You can view our Library online catalog of current holdings. Follow
HAH at www.facebook.com/HAHgarden and www.instagram.com/Horticulturalalliancehamptons. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library Members are encouraged to visit our extensive library and take out books, periodicals, videos and DVDs. Open hours Saturdays and Tuesdays are 10am-noon, or by appointment.
Local Garden Tours Throughout the summer and fall we invite members to some of the most beautiful and unique gardens in the Hamptons. Many of these gardens are opened only for our free HAH member tours. Guests of members may attend at a cost of $10 each.
Long Distance Garden Tour Trips Arranged periodically and announced in our newsletter.
Lectures Held once a month except in July and August at the Bridgehampton Community House. Our speakers are chosen from around the world and are experts in the field of horticulture.
Roundtables Discussions held on the first Saturday of the month, October through April, these sessions are open to novices as well as experts and encourage everyone to participate in the gratifying world of gardening. Many “hands-on” experiences are shared at these forums.
Winter Book Group Meets December through March on the third Saturday of the month. Each month three reviewers discuss their chosen books on topics pertaining to gardening and are often books that can be found in the HAH Library.
Plant and Seed Exchange Members are encouraged to share divisions and extras.
Preview Party & Garden Fair Our main fundraiser of the year, held every May, includes the best selection of plants you can buy on the East End. First choice of all plants for Preview Party attendees. Also features a silent auction of planters and raffle. This is an incredible opportunity to purchase locally grown perennials, shrubs, and trees.
Camellia Friends This group is devoted to lovers of Camellias and is held twice annually.
Summer Garden Party Held in August at a member’s home and garden where all members can join together and share in a festive afternoon of food and complimentary wine and lemonade.
Holiday Season Party In December we celebrate the Holiday season with food prepared by our members and complimentary wine and cider.
Premium Members Benefits (Contributing, Supporting, Patron, Donor, and Benefactor)
• Invitation to a special event hosted by the Board
• Enjoy the special privilege of inviting guests to both lectures and the garden tours at no additional cost
• Discounted cost for some Workshops and Seminars
Workshops/Seminars Information is provided in the Newsletter.
Discounts of 10% at the following nurseries and garden centers – you must show your membership card:
• Bayberry Nursery, 50 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett
• Eastland Nursery, 1260 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill
• Holly’s Garden Center, 234 Montauk Hwy, East Moriches
• Marders, 120 Snake Hollow Rd, Bridgehampton (anything green)
• Trimble’s of Corchaug Nursery, 20985 Main Rd, Cutchogue
• Unlimited Earth Care, 2249 Scuttle Hole Rd, Bridgehampton
• Verderber Landscape Nursery & Garden Center, 459 Main Rd, Aquebogue
• Warren’s Nursery, 779 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill
• Charlie & Sons, 26 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett
• Whitmore’s Tree Farm, 80 Rte 114, East Hampton
• Wittendale’s Florist & Greenhouses, 89 Newtown Ln, East Hampton (bedding plants and herbs only)
Karish Program An annual event dedicated to a current, important topic involving horticulture and our environment. It may include a garden tour, a lecture and/or a workshop by a well-known expert and a reception.
Friends of the Garden Maintenance of the Marie Donnelly Garden situated outside the HAH Library. Unique way to learn how to deadhead and prune with hands-on experts.
Volunteers Needed HAH is an all-volunteer organization. Volunteer to help us out and have fun by spending time with people who share your love of gardening.
Updated September 22, 2022