With its mature plantings and lush flower gardens, this estate on Great Plains Road blends in seamlessly with the other venerable grandes dames that beckon behind the signature hedgerows. So it’s hard to imagine that only a short time ago the three-acre property was a vacant, flat, barren lot with nary a tree or bush in sight.
The Green Thumb knows why the season’s first fruit is so sweet.
Wells Homestead Acres uses the succulent green spears to get a jumpstart on business.
The East End’s oldest community farm carries on.
Artist-fisher Annie Sessler usually records remarkable catches as ink-on-canvas fishprints. But when Gene Coleman of St. Peter’s Catch in Montauk was hosing off this John Dory in his delivery van, she had to take a photo.
When fishermen own the restaurant.
For fresh and tasty, look no further.
Raising kids on the farm.