This summer we are excited to bring you a new series from Bridge Gardens.
Join us as friends of the gardens take us to some of their favorite places.
First up: Nancy Gilbert. A master gardener and avid birder, Nancy’s love of gardening is inspiring . . . tune in as Nancy talks about some of her favorite plants in the gardens, including the oakleaf hydrangea, borage, Virginia sweetspire, and yucca.

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Bridge Gardens

Tours and Garden Tips Right in Your Home

Rick Bogusch, Paul Wagner and Kathy Kennedy are bringing you garden tips
and virtual tours from Bridge Gardens to Facebook, Instagram and on our website.
You can tune in to see:
  • Rick guiding you through each section of the four quadrant herb garden in mid-May. Watch now>>>
  • Rick on spring vegetable planting: Carrots, Leafy Lettuce, Beets, Leeks and more! Watch now>>>
In honor of National Public Gardens Week, Rick gave a daily tour of an area and plants of the garden . . . the Virtual tour started Sunday, May 10 and ran through Sunday, May 17! Watch now>>>
Want to keep up to date on these programs? Check our blog for updates.
Have questions about organic options
for your lawn and landscape?
Paul Wagner’s weekly Lawn Expert sessions
are happening every Tuesday through October,
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Email Paul for helpful tips and professional answers to your questions at LawnExpert@PeconicLandTrust.org
Paul’s Free Advice Tuesdays are in partnership with Perfect Earth Project.
Bridge Gardens is open daily, from 10 am to 4 pm — please observe all social distancing guidelines from the CDC, state and local health departments, including maintaining 6 feet of distance and wearing a mask or face covering in public.
Bridge Gardens: 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, New York.



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