There are Buddhas and bronze monkeys in this enchanting garden, but the specimen trees — evergreens and magnolias and yellowwood — came first.
Southeast Asian sculptures take their ease beneath a canopy.
An inspirational art-photo show at LongHouse urges us to honor the ‘living reminders of our heritage.’
East Hampton’s Main Street, looking south from Huntting Lane before the 1938 Hurricane.
Ever wonder how our emblematic trees survived disease and hurricanes? Remember the eco-warriors of the L.V.I.S.
The ladies of the East Hampton Village Improvement Society have tended our street trees with love, and money, since about 1907.
Carissa Katz learns the ropes of recreational tree scaling — and finds peace (and a priceless view).
Even a novice can get up in a Hither Woods oak.
Black Frost: White Lawn
David E. Rattray