Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons

LoGerfo Library Hours

Saturdays from 10:00am - 1:00pm
Before/After monthly meetings and Public Lectures


Sundays at 2:00pm

Lectures held at Bridgehampton Community House
A $10.00 donation is requested for non-members.
Jan 12...Rick Dark, "The Accidental Landscape"

Feb 9...Suzanne Ruggles, "The Tyranny of Landscaping"

Mar 9...Tatiana Holway, "The Flower of Empire"

Apr 13...Vincent Covello, "Rocks in the Garden"

May 4 ...Peter Hatch, "A Rich Spot of Earth"

Jun 8...Barbara Paul Robinson, "Rosemary Verey"

No Lectures in July and August.

Sep 14 ...Teri Chace, "Seeing Flowers"

Oct 12...Kerry Ann Mendez, "Gardening Simplified"

Nov 9 ...Jessica Walliser, "Attracting Beneficial Bugs"

Dec 14 ...Nancy Gilbert, "Gardening for Birds"

Dr. Vincent Covello
Vincent Covello
Sunday, April 13, 2:00 PM.
“Rocks in the Garden”

Dr. Vincent Covello is the co-author of what many consider the bible on rocks in small Japanese style gardens, The Japanese Art of Stone Appreciation, published by Tuttle Publishing. Dr. Covello will explore the art of suiseki—small, naturally formed stones selected for their shape, balance, simplicity and tranquility—and how to apply this art form to non-Japanese gardens. He will offer aesthetic guidance and direct practical advice on rock selection, placement, and appreciation. He will also describe how he has used information about stone appreciation in creating his own 20-acre garden in East Hampton, New York.

Don't forget...Place your name in the box at the admissions table to win a prize plant!

Non-members of the Horticultural Alliance are asked for a $10 donation to attend the lecture; members are admitted free. Refreshments will be served.