Lawn Rangers - Toxic Free Gardening in the Hamptons

What have Hamptonites got in common with farmers in Panama? The bad news: We’re both destroying our land and its biodiversity. Not to mention lacing our precious environment and ourselves with harmful chemicals. The good news: East Hampton’s celebrated gardener Edwina von Gal is helping both to get out of the dark ages of chemical dependency and show us how to grow our crops and lawns toxin-free.

One-Of-A-Kind Finds

The chicest Hamptons homes boast a mix of unique pieces that share a story of personal travels, history, or sentimental value. Here’s a few unique finds that will get the conversation started at your next dinner party.

Hamptons Art Scene

Artists have been drawn to the Hamptons for more than a century, lured by the pastoral vistas, endless seascapes and the shimmering light...

Oranamental Grasses

Ornamental grasses are about as close to care-free as garden plants get. They’re terrific additions to East End landscapes for a number of reasons. And late summer and autumn is their time to shine.

Decorating with Color

It’s a design truism that a little bit of color goes a long way. Three industry pros share tips for how to employ it with care....

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Boasting sprawling horse farms, the Hampton Classic, and pristine pony riding camps, the East End has become a hotbed of equestrian style.

Upstairs / Downstairs

Shh! Don’t call it a basement within earshot of a real estate broker. It’s the “lower level,” puhleeze. No longer an underground space relegated merely to wine cellars, media rooms, or staff quarters, many lower levels are as fabulous as the rest of the house. In fact, because of local height restrictions (32 feet in most cases), lower levels have become as important to the Hamptons house as hedgerows and hydrangeas.

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Don’t miss the 27th Annual American Picnic with fireworks by Grucci on Friday, July 4 in Southampton.

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