LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will host a Landscape Awards lunch on Saturday honoring Amy Goldman Fowler, Charles and Kathleen Marder, Lynden Miller, and Thomas Woltz.
The day will begin with a continental breakfast and garden lecture at Hoie Hall at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton. The LongHouse gardens will open at 11:30, with the lunch at noon.
Ms. Miller, Mr. Woltz, and Ms. Fowler will deliver the talk. Ms. Miller is a New York City-based public garden designer who was responsible for restoring the Conservatory Garden in Central Park, among other significant projects. Mr. Woltz is a landscape architect concerned with restoration ecology. Ms. Fowler is a gardener and author supporting heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables and seed saving. Her book “The Melon” came out this week.
The Marders are known for their Bridgehampton nursery and garden store, which offers landscape design and all-organic practices.
Tickets begin at $300, or $250 for members. For the lecture only, tickets are $75 and $50. They can be purchased through the LongHouse website.