It is time to start marking your calendars
for all of the wonderful seasonal
events on the East End.
For starters, may we suggest the following:
The Garden Conservancy Open Days schedule is full of wonderful gardens for you to visit.
My garden will be open on May 12th--you
can view details HERE!
Saturday, June 16th is the
Garden Fair @ Madoo in Sagaponack.
Over the last forty years, artist and writer Robert Dash has established a green, organic encyclopedia of gardening on two acres of land in Sagaponack, featuring Tudor,
High Renaissance, early Greek, as well as Oriental garden influences.
You must visit!
Check out the Madoo website for details
on the Events page.
OH My God I ALMOST MISSED IT
But something caught my eye…and what to my wonder did appear but a
Dogtooth’s Violet, Erythronium dens-canis.
The first fully-formed Fritillaria
What is spring anyway without a Peeping Stick?
AND LOOK at this TRILLIUM
For me, this is to die – planted on blind faith from
an innocuous tuber from Plant Delights about ten
months ago – it was worth everyone of the $26 to see it emerge in all of its subtle mottled glory this spring.
Trillium ludovicianum to be exact.