Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons

LoGerfo Library Hours

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

PUBLIC LECTURES
2014

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"

Jessica Walliser
Jessica Walliser
Sunday,  November 9,  2:00 PM.

Jessica Walliser is a horticulturist, author, and devoted bug lover. She's most interested in stuff like ground beetles and threatened ladybug species, as well as exotic pests like the Asian citrus psyllid and the bean plataspid. When she isn't writing about bugs and science for the blog Savvy Gardening, she's composing articles for Fine Gardening, Organic Gardening,Hobby Farms, and Urban Farm magazines. Jessica also writes two weekly columns for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review where she has the pleasure of covering a wide range of gardening topics.

Attracting Beneficial Bugs to Your Garden: Understanding the cycle of predator and prey is an integral part of growing organically. Using information assembled for her newest book, Attracting Beneficial Bugs to Your Garden: A Natural Approach to Pest Control, Jessica shines some light on the methods needed to attract beneficial insects to the garden and keep them there. She presents ground-breaking university research regarding the intricate connection between plants and insects, and explains the need for maintaining the garden?s natural balance. Jessica describes over a dozen species of beneficial insects found across North America and accompanies the lecture with beautiful images of the predators themselves and their favorite host plants. You'll never look at bugs the same way again!


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

Don't forget! Place your name at the admissions table to win this plant!

Pinus flexillis, 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid'

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