In the Bridgehampton Community House
The event recognizes the “craft and selfless service of two prominent horticultural leaders,”
At the Sagaponack garden
Madoo had its end-of-the-season members party on Saturday, and the Sagaponack garden went to the dogs and the well-dressed people who brought them, in this case, Peri Wolfman’s trio of puppies and Ron Rubenstein’s spinone.
Also attending were, above, Alexandra Munroe (in Derek Lam) with Alejandro Saralegui, the executive director of Madoo,
Rainey Day Erwin, a jewelry designer.
Four gentlemen: from left, Randy Culpepper, Clif de Raita and his dog, LaTiDa, James Thomas, and Bruce Michael. Durell Godfrey Photos
The legacy of a dedicated plantsman and gardener
Jim Jeffrey, known for his cultivation and love of camellias, was an accomplished gardener of other plants, as well.
Long House events
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons’ garden tour, now in its 27th year, returns to East Hampton
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons will feature two gardens designed by Craig James Socia, his own, and the Further Lane residence, above, of Peter Wilson and Scott Sanders.
Durell Godfrey Photo
The event kicks off with a cocktail party tomorrow from 6 to 9 p.m. on the back lawn
The Madoo Conservancy is full of its own delights, like the naturally cultivated portico above.
Durell Godfrey Photos
The theme of this year’s program is “Modernism, Minimalism, and Meadows.”
Most garden centers and nurseries on the East End will not carry impatiens this year
Begonia Baby Wing Broze Leaf