Thursday, February 09
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As the days grow shorter and the temperatures dip, landscapes across the Hamptons prepare for winter...
Flowers bless the world with their colors for just a short time – most perennials bloom for only a few weeks and annuals are gone in fall.
You can create your own tropical getaway right here outside your house, on your deck or patio, or in your garden.
Containers allow you to grow in smaller spaces or easily expand the square footage of your garden to produce more vegetables.
Ornamental grasses are wonderful in a bed by themselves, on a berm, alongside a driveway or incorporated into an informal bed or border.
Summer is here and it's time to start enjoying outdoor living and entertaining on our decks and patios.
The forgotten art of party-planning has become relevant once again as we focus on thoughtful and safe entertainment practices.
If you have a flower garden, or if you visit one of the public gardens on the East End, in spring and summer you’ve probably seen bees, other insects, and butterflies perched on the flowers.
This succulent wreath is an easy and inexpensive way to brighten up your space.
ces to go, and groups to follow and join. You might want to attend their programs and activities, and maybe volunteer to help out at some events.