Sat., Jan. 17 at 10am – Noon
PLACE: HAH John LoGerfo Library - Bridgehampton Community House
TOPIC: Planting A Fragrant Garden
We will also have a "halftime" session, during which we will take a pause from the topics on our agenda to open the floor for attendees to ask and, hopefully, have answered, any general questions. We look forward to as many people as possible attending so that we can share this information and learn from each other's experiences.
See you then! Pam Harwood, Moderator
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MEMBER NEWS: Long time HAH member, Dee Finkelstein and husband, Howard will be relocating to New Mexico. Although excited that they will be moving close to family, Dee, a master gardener and professional landscaper for many years is saddened to list for sale their attractive Remsenberg home and two acre garden. This garden has been featured in tours conducted by the HAH, the Garden Conservancy, the Rhododendron Society and others, as well as being featured in several gardening magazines. Dee, and her garden will be missed. For a tour of this property contact the Finkelsteins.
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