in the HAH Library, free
1) Assessing and Repairing Winter Damage in your Garden
2) Spring Pruning Tips
in the main hall of the Bridgehampton Community House
Wild by Design: Promoting Life in the Designed Landscape
Lectures are free for members of HAH, $10 for not-yet members
in the HAH Library, free
At the Bridgehampton Community House – see map at right
$50 IN ADVANCE / $60 AT THE DOOR
FIRST CHOICE OF PLANTS – AUCTION OF CONTAINERS
where you will find all details on our events this month
and more horticultural events locally and in NYC
“Getting to Know the Natives” with Rick Bogusch of Bridge Gardens
in the HAH Library, see page 4 for details.
“Reconsidering the Cutting Garden?”
Ed Bowen and Taylor Johnston of issima
in the big hall at the Community House, Bridgehampton, see page 1 for details.
Sarah Alford: Beatrix Farrand: Private Gardens, Public Squares – Judith Tankard
Susan K. Zeller: The Overstory – Richard Powers
Jane Iselin: The Inward Garden – Julie Moir Messervy
in the HAH Library, see page 3 for details.
see page 6-7 and here next for details. Purchase tickets here Online
Join us for a film screening followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Emmy award-winner Karyl Evans.
Saturday, March 30th at 3:30pm
Tickets: $10 Purchase tickets here Online
At LTV Studios
75 Industrial Road, Wainscott NY, 11975
Additional events: HAH will host a guided tour of Bellefield, a Farrand garden located in Hyde Park, New York. Tour tentatively scheduled for June 10th. We will also highlight some of Farrand’s plant selections by selling them at the HAH Garden Fair on May 17 & 18th.
Beatrix Farrand is one of America’s most cherished landscape designers, who created over 200 plans for public gardens and private homes during her 50-year career. Notable works include the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden in Bar Harbor Maine and Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. She was a proponent of using native plants in her designs. The only woman amongst the eleven founding members of the American Society of Landscape Architects, she was masterful at playing with height and color for energizing garden designs.
The HAH Newsletter is here February 2019 nl
Click on the link above to find out more about the following programs:
Saturday, February 2, 10:00 am, HAH Roundtable, in the HAH Library
Saturday, February 9, 10:00 am, HAH Workshop, ‘Bees in Jeopardy’, The Life of Bees and the Beekeeper, led by Gerald Raffa, in the HAH Library
Sunday, February 10, 2:00 pm, HAH Lecture, Madoo, a History in Photographs: Celebrating 25 Years as a Public Garden, Alejandro Saralegui, Director the Madoo Conservancy, in the big hall at the Community House, Bridgehampton
Saturday, February 16, 11:00 am, HAH Book Group, in the HAH Library
Roundtables and Book Groups are free & open to all. Lectures are free for members and $10 per person for not yet members.
The January Newsletter is here.
Please open and read about our activities
for this month. We have lots going on at HAH
even in winter – talks and workshops and roundtable discussions.
Come join the fun!