Westhampton Garden Club, Westhampton Beach, Long Island

WGC Gardens

The Westhampton Garden Club provides hands-on maintenance and financial support to public gardens in the community. From spring through autumn, WGC teams maintains gardens at the Quogue Library, The Pond Garden in Quogue and St. Mark’s Church. Funding goes to maintaining gardens on the village green in Westhampton Beach and the Quogue Wildlife Refuge.

Quad Library Garden

Quogue Library Gardens. 90 Quogue Street, Quogue

The gardens at the library are now under renovation, as is the library. We are looking forward to the 2020 garden season to enjoy the redesigned green spaces.

Native Plant Garden at the Lily Pond. Jessup Avenue, Quogue

The Native Plant Garden at the Lily Pond on Jessup Avenue in Quouge is the newest project of the Westhampton Garden Club. The native perennial species were further selected for their beauty, bloom time, deer resistance, and support for pollinators. The garden provides an inviting and restful spot for visitors to sit with a cup of coffee or read the paper while enjoying the natural surroundings.

Native Plant Garden
View into Garden

The Butterfly Garden at Quogue Wildlife Refuge. Old Country Road & North Jessup, Quogue

QWR and Garden Club members have worked collaboratively, planning this garden since its inception in 2003. The mature garden in summer is lush with Butterfly Bush, Beebalm, and Millwort, and attracts Monarch, Swallowtail and Cabbagewhite butterflies, birds, honeybees and human visitors alike.

English Garden by the Sea. Main Street & Mill Road, Westhampton Beach

A typical English cottage garden with gazebo and benches, this gathering spot near the post office is the setting for exhibitions, art shows, and concerts. The plantings provide splashes of color year round. Burning Bush, Ligularia, Hydrangea, Peony, Spirea and Fairy Rose are seasonal highlights.

Westhampton Green
Gates Garden

The Gates Garden at St Mark’s Church. Main Street & Potunk Lane, Westhampton Beach

Just beyond a magnificent old Holly tree, cheery flowerbeds are planted with varieties chosen for their color and deer resistance. Old favorites, the perennials Nepeta, Beebalm and Coreopsis, are interspersed with annuals. This garden was established by the Gates family.