Art/Culture > Botanic Gardens
Acres of ornamental herbs, animal topiaries, lavender fields, perennial gardens and contemporary sculptures can be found on the East End in a series of botanical gardens where rare species are carefully tended.
Bridge Gardens is a unique botanical garden in the heart of Bridgehampton that creates a wonderful oasis that covers five acres and includes many specimens of trees, hedgerow, flowers and beds of culinary, medicinal, ornamental, and textile and dyeing herbs.
The LongHouse Reserve exemplifies art in all forms. Through its arboretum, sculpture gardens, and educational programs, LongHouse brings together art and nature, aesthetics and spirit, to create landscapes as an art form.
The Madoo Conservancy over the last forty years has established a green, organic encyclopedia of gardening on two acres of land in Sagaponack. The myriad greens that abound in the garden, some alongside daring colors on railings, gates, windows and doors, together with innovative pruning techniques, all display an artistic genius at work.
The goal of the East End’s botanic gardens is to help protect our area’s scenic beauty and rural heritage so visitors can enjoy it for years to come.
Bridgehampton NY 11932
East Hampton NY 11937
The Madoo Conservancy
Sagaponack NY 11962