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Parrish's Landscape Pleasures Did Not Disappoint

Fri, 05/24/2019 - 13:16
One of the highlights for many was walking through the house of Westerly, the estate now owned by Tory Burch, to access the back gardens.

Those looking for a lovely spring stroll through some of the most exclusive private gardens in Southampton Village had a treat on Sunday during the garden tour portion of the Parrish Art Museum’s Landscape Pleasures weekend.

On Saturday, guests heard talks by Chip Callaway, Martin Filler, and Arne Maynard.

On Sunday, the tour included the gardens of Tory Burch, Joan and Bernard Carl, Perri Peltz and Eric Ruttenberg, and Margaret and Peter R. Sullivan. Madoo, Robert Dash’s garden and conservancy in Sagaponack was also open to attendees, and this year’s event was dedicated to Dash, who died last year.

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