The Parrish Art Museum’s Landscape Pleasures weekend will include tours of the houses and gardens of Steven Gambrel, left, in Sag Harbor, and Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper in East Hampton.
Gambrel Photo by Eric Piasecki
Tomatoes tasty and fanciful are still weeks away from the table, but those eager to grow ones as good as those at the Great Tomato Taste-Off at Quail Hill Farm should consider chicken manure for their plantings now.
Durell Godfrey Photos
Deer-resistant plants are the emphasis of the Garden Club of East Hampton’s sale, including Full Moon coreopsis, or tickseed, left, and Purple Haze agastache. The author’s own garden, top, has a variety of native plants.
Abby Jane Brody Photos
Clockwise, from upper left, Stewartia, a member of the camelia amd franklinia family. Crape myrtle, flamboyant from late July through September. Prunus mume, a relative of the flowering cherry.
Abbey Jane Brody Photos