Garden

Corn with a view of the ocean.(It comes with salt!)
Sara Kiembock, the designer and preserver, started the garden 17 years ago. Irene Silverman
White Sands on the Ocean, which may be the oldest motel in town, is almost hidden by an unexpected garden.
The Buddha and a simple stone sculpture, above, add touches of serenity to the garden, which explodes with riots of color, below, in August and September.

A Surprise How-to
Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey

Vines, bushes, and trees surprise and delight
Daphne Eternal Fragrance (April through Deep Freeze)
Japanese Styrax Evening Light (Late Spring)
Chinese Fringe Tree (Late Spring)
Chinese Trumpet Vine Morning Calm (Summer)
Weeping Butterfly Bush (Summer)
Wintersweet (January)
Heptacodium Fruit (October)
Korean forsythia (March)­

Three lectures that will examine a variety of relationships between domestic life and gardens
“Redouté to Warhol: Bunny Mellon’s Botanical Art” will be Madoo's first winter lecture on Sunday. Madoo

The tension between change and tradition
At the Covello garden in Sag Harbor, transparency is played with by pruning trees and shrubs in a way that allows a glimpse of what lies beyond. Abby Jane Brody

The right groundcover can transform a planting from simple to memorable
Evergreen Christmas ferns provide a memorable groundcover. Abby Jane Brody

Look closely as you go around town and you will see there is tremendous variation among kousas
“Chinese” Wilson introduced the kousa dogwood into the United States from seed he collected in China in the early years of the 20th century. Abby Jane Brody

The invitational calls on artists, gardeners, and landscape professionals to create container gardens
“Landscape Details,” one of last year’s entrants in the “Planters: On and Off the Ground” show, used mosses and other low-growing plants in a stepped square composition. Dawn Watson

Celebrating Robert Dash’s purchase of Madoo in Sagaponack in 1966 and the 50 years of organic gardening there that followed