Household recycling is collected every other week.The form can also be used to get answers about recycling or leaves and grass pickup.Place them curbside as early as 3 p.m. on the day before your scheduled collection day and no later than 7 a.m. on collection day.Bulk trash is also collected on the same day as your regular garbage.Bulk trash can be put curbside as early as 3 p.m.
the day before your scheduled collection day.Read some of the frequently asked questions about bulk trash and bulk limbs.The Public Works 3-1-1 Call Center can assist you with your waste collection containers.The municipal code provides a definition and description for everything from bulk limbs to what can and can’t be recycled.City landfill.The telephone number for the landfill is 757-766-3033 for further information.The yard waste site is where residents and contractors doing yard work in Hampton can take their leaves, grass, limbs, and branches for processing into compost and mulch. .
Hamptons Home Design Trends 2019: What's In and What's Out
For summer 2019, earthy vibes and organic design elements will dominate home design in the Hamptons, according to the 2019 Out East Design Trend Forecast — a one-of-a-kind report using data from our comprehensive survey of design experts local to the Hamptons.These design experts are part of the Out East Design Panel, a group of established interior design and styling experts with experience specific to the East End. .
Winter Garden Blues (and Reds and Yellows)
Not so fast, says Holger Winenga, the horticulturist at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton.In some places, the plants are referred to as winterbloom.“The early witch hazels are already budding and waiting for maybe February,” he said."Around the same time the winter aconites will bloom, then snowdrops, crocuses, daffodils.Other sources of his winter interest are the form and bark of trees, which can change in appearance and color.When Mr. Winenga started at LongHouse last March, one of his first ideas was to make the gardens a more year-round destination.It makes it a lot easier to get through it if you can’t get away.”.The following are Holger Winenga's recommended plants to enhance a garden in the winter and early spring.Winter flowers:.Wintersweet Hamamelis mollis or H.
x intermeia hybrids; Chinese and Japanese witch hazels and their hybrids.or Chinese and Japanese witch hazels and their hybrids Helleborus niger; Christmas Rose.Lenten Rose Prunus mume; Chinese Plum (February or March blooming).and Snowdrops (late February, early March) Crocus tommasinianus; Snow Crocus.Bark interests in LongHouse Reserve's winter garden:. .
This is why you can see a turtle basking in the sun to warm up before moving around or eating insects, snails, or worms.Turtles also hibernate during the winter to conserve energy and body mass when food is not readily available.Turtles are very active during the early spring months when they wake from hibernation and move about looking for food, mates, and places to nest.These are semi-aquatic turtles and are found in fresh or brackish water including marshes, small ponds, wet ditches and fields, and on offshore islands.The Eastern Mud Turtle is listed as Endangered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.The soft body is olive green to black with red, orange, or yellow stripes.Still the most abundant turtle in the United States, its number nevertheless have been greatly reduced by habitat removal and road accidents.*Special Concern* Eastern Box Turtles have a dome-like carapace that is brown to black with yellow or orange lines and blotches radiating in a circular pattern around the shell.Box Turtles feed on earthworms, snails, slugs, beetles, fruits, berries, and grasses and are very beneficial to the environment.The Diamondback Terrapin inhabits brackish water exclusively and is so named for the diamond shaped patterns on its carapace.The soft body can be gray, brown, yellow, or white and has a distinctive pattern of black spots on the face and neck.As an aquatic species, terrapins have large webbed feet and can adapt to surviving in a variety of salinities, including full strength salt water, for an extended period of time.The live in wet, grassy areas near fresh water ponds and they eat snails, worms, slugs, and spiders.Spotted Turtles wander a great distance from their pools in search of nesting areas, and many are killed crossing roadways.Once the most common turtle in the New York region, its population has been reduced by the loss of habitat and by the widespread use of fertilizers and other toxic pollutants, which destroy water quality.Newborn turtles are very small – often smaller than the size of a quarter – so it is very hard to know where they are while you are walking or doing yard work.*State Reptile of NY* Snapping Turtles live in freshwater ponds and streams and are known for their highly mobile, “snake-like” head and neck. .