Look for details here and in our latest newsletters
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)
In the main hall of the Bridgehampton Community House
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.
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.
Additionally there will be a reception, book signing and a selection of shade-loving 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 $125 per person. Check the September Newsletter for more details about this exciting event.
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.
2 pm in the Main Hall of the Bridgehampton Community House
Elizabeth Lear, Peter Bertrand, R. B. Boyle, Paul Wagner
Our July/August Newsletter is ready for you. July:August 2017 NL
Please read about what’s happening this summer at HAH.
And there is one workshop and one trip to register for in September.
Happy Summertime to you all!
Thanks to all of you who volunteered or attended our 2017 Garden Fair!!!
It was a great success in our beautiful new location and we had fabulous weather for our party! YAY!
HERE is our HAH NEWSLETTER for JUNE 2017, wherein you will see some fun pictures of the event.
at the Bridgehampton Community House, main hall
Hear how Edwina von Gal’s passion for biodiversity and the lessons learned during a lifetime of landscape design led to the creation of Perfect Earth Project, a rapidly expanding nonprofit organization promoting toxin-free land management around the world. Find out about the dangers of synthetic landscape chemicals and learn nature-based alternatives for your lawn and garden that provide beautiful, safe results at no extra cost. Take action, right in your own front yard and help spark an environmental gardening revolution. Principal of her eponymous landscape design firm since 1984, Edwina von Gal creates landscapes with a focus on simplicity and sustainability for private and public clients around the world. She has collaborated with architects such as Frank Gehry, Annabelle Selldorf, Maya Lin, and Richard Meier, and her work has been published in many major publications. Her book Fresh Cuts won the Quill and Trowel award for garden writing in 1998. In 2013, Edwina founded the Perfect Earth Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising consciousness about the dangers of toxic lawn and garden chemicals for people, their pets, and the planet. Perfect Earth Project educates homeowners and professionals in nature-based landscape management techniques that provide beautiful, safe results at no extra cost. Edwina has served on boards and committees for a number of horticultural and arts organizations, and is currently on the board of What Is Missing?, Maya Lin’s multifaceted media artwork about the loss of biodiversity. She received the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s Arthur Ross Award in 2012, and is the 2017 recipient of Guild Hall’s Academy of the Arts Achievement Award for the Visual Arts.
Deer have become the bane of countless gardeners across the country. Is it possible to have a lovely garden without expensive fencing to keep deer out –or is that fencing the gardener in? This illustrated talk addresses this question and focuses on perennials that deer find mostly unpalatable, as well as tips for gardening in deer country. Our speaker
Ruth Rogers Clausen was trained in horticulture at Studley College in England, and received her MS in Botany from Kent State University, Ohio. In 1973 she moved to the New York Botanical Garden to head up the School of Professional Horticulture. Since 1976 she has freelanced as a teacher, lecturer, and author in the US and Canada. In 1989 she co-authored Perennials for American Gardens with the late Nicolas Ekstrom, in 1990 it was awarded the Quill & Trowel award from the Garden Writers of America Association. She has written for The American Garden Guides: Perennial Gardening with The New York Botanical Garden, 1994; Annual Gardening with Missouri Botanical Garden, 1995; Trees with Chicago Botanic Garden, 1996. Hearst Books published Dreamscaping in 2001. Her book about successful gardening in deer country: 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, from Timber Press was published in spring 2011 and is currently in its 6th printing. Her latest book with Thomas Christopher: Essential Perennials, was released by Timber Press in 2015.
MAY 20, 2017 9 – 1 PM
BRIDGEHAMPTON COMMUNITY HOUSE
FREE TO ALL
SEE THE ABOVE NEWSLETTER FOR ALL DETAILS
MAY 19, 2017 6 – 8 PM
BRIDGEHAMPTON COMMUNITY HOUSE
$60 PER PERSON AT THE DOOR
$50 PER PERSON IN ADVANCE
FIRST CHOICE OF ALL PLANTS
SILENT AUCTION OF BEAUTIFUL CONTAINERS