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Fall Planting to Foil the Deer

THERE’S A GROUP OF FOUR — two does and two yearlings — that lives here, too. And they seem to feel my garden is their pantry. When I was kneeling out there today, putting in some of the supposedly deer-resistant … Continue reading

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Sam’s Creek

All photos in this post are of Sam’s Creek, Bridgehampton THE PROLIFIC MODERN ARCHITECT NORMAN JAFFE, who died in 1993, left the Hamptons more than 50 distinctive buildings — a collection of intriguing set pieces, not easy to find. There … Continue reading

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A Bridge Not Far Enough

IT’S PROBABLY BECAUSE I WAS SO THOROUGHLY WOWED by a recent visit to LongHouse Reserve, a 16-acre masterpiece of landscape design, that Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton, N.Y., a 22-year-old, five-acre garden designed by Jim Kilpatric and Harry Neyens and recently … Continue reading

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I Cheated with Annuals

MY NEW PLANTING BEDS – the ones at the front of my property, that started out last fall as piles of dead oak leaves, supplemented by topsoil and compost – are now almost as green as they are brown, with … Continue reading

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Bridge and Sagg

I’M STILL VERY MUCH IN THE DISCOVERY PHASE concerning the East End of Long Island, where I moved just under a year ago. One of my favorite areas is Bridgehampton/Sagaponack. Between Montauk Highway and the ocean, there are quite a … Continue reading

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