A family business with deep roots in our community.



Originally known as Whitmore-Worsley, Whitmores was founded in 1945 as a partnership between Charles ‘Doc’ Whitmore and Al Worlsey. Doc and Al started off working with local farmers providing treatments for potato fields and dairy farms. Due to their significant plant knowledge, the business became well known within the Hamptons community, consequently picking up landscaping work with homeowners in need of tree and garden care, and other services. To this day, some can still recognize the trees planted by Doc many years ago.

The Whitmore family became the sole owner of the company in the 1970’s upon Al’s retirement. Doc’s passion for plants was passed down to his son, Jack, who purchased East Hampton farm land in 1986 to create the Whitmores Tree Farm. Our tree farm has since expanded to two locations, with over 200 acres devoted to growing high quality trees and shrubs, and a farm retail shop which serves both homeowners and industry customers.

From landscape design and large tree installation, to providing the highest quality plant materials and year-round maintenance, you won’t find a team with more expertise or local knowledge. At Whitmores we are proud to keep our clients happy for years, and even generations.



Jack Whitmore



Bob Pucci

Vice President


Jeffery Bosch

Senior Project Manager


Jan Milne

Landscape Designer


Stuart Cook

RLA, Project Manager


Michael O’Brien

Masonry Services


Thomas Rowan

Irrigation Services


Kelly Maskiell

Garden Services


Shawn Rea

Carpentry Services


Brendan Prado

Tree Care Services


John Mitchell

Plant Health Care Services


Laro Birto

Fleet Maintenance Manager


Gerarda Boger

Greenhouse Production


Jake Traskos

Maintenance Services


Audrey Schiavoni

Plant Buyer


John Whitmore

Project Manager


Karen Bosch

Office Manager


Mariah Whitmore

Sales Manager


Matt Barbour

Farm Manager


Tory Graves 

Sales Associate

Taking part.



Whitmores has supported East End community organizations throughout the years with donations, gifts-in-kind, and fundraising support.

Share the Harvest Farm, LongHouse Reserve, Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, Ocean Rescue, The Retreat, Peconic Public Radio, Madoo, Hamptons Horticultural Society, Parrish Art Museum, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Pediatric Dental Fund of the Hamptons, Guild Hall, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Southampton Hospital’s Garden of Hope, Amagansett Village Improvement Society, South Fork Natural History Museum, Project Most, East Hampton Greater Educational Fund.