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Self-Guided Garden Tours Saturday

Thu, 09/07/2023 - 07:52

The Garden Conservancy, a nonprofit dedicated to saving and promoting outstanding American gardens, will host two self-guided tours on the South Fork on Saturday.

"In Bridgehampton, Pamela Harwood and Peter Feder's all-organic garden has evolved over 27 years and has been designed and tended by two self-taught gardeners, featuring a variety of garden rooms designed to benefit the gardeners while supporting wildlife," a release said.

In Wainscott, the Biercuk and Luckey garden, a "four-season woodland garden," will be featured.

Registration is $10 per person, free for conservancy members, at The gardens are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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