Garden

Not quite three years ago I wrote enthusiastically about a revolution in roses that would propel America’s national flower into its most popular and widely grown flower.
Landscape Pleasures, the Parrish Art Museum’s annual symposium and garden tour, will explore the theme “inside/outside” and how interior design and garden aesthetics influence each other.
Talk about the taste of summer and the conversation will almost invariably steer straight to...
Hasn’t this been a wonderful spring? Cool wet days have given us a lush display of...

With smooth bark (perfect for carving hearts) native beeches grace hidden and peaceful woodlands. Chris Chapin hails their primeval beauty.
In the mid-1980s, John T. Barham told his longtime partner, Dick Auer, that he had bought property on Highland Terrace in Bridgehampton, where he wanted to plant a ...