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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 ...
Landslide: Every Tree Tells a Story,” an exhibit of photographs commissioned by the Cultural Landscape Foundation, will open at Longhouse Reserve in East Hampton on April 30. The exhibit is an evocation of...
Show-stopping trees can be the stars of your garden, from a pink-flowering Japanese apricot to the flamboyant crape myrtle.
The live oak forest on Cumberland Island, a national seashore and wilderness area off the coast of Georgia, is like something out of a fairy tale. The trees’ lower branches meander toward the ground creating bridges that beckon you from solid ground into their ...
The trees that helped East Hampton become known as the “most beautiful village in America” couldn’t have done it on their own. The Ladies Village Improvement Society tree committee may be one of ...
<p> One snipped here and there by way of saying goodbye and voted, knowing a great change was in the nation and went to bed early, not wanting to know, not just yet.</p>