Tag: Kathy Hudson

How Does Your Garden Show: “Seeds, Steeds, and Beautiful Weeds” at Ladew Topiary Gardens

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Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 4.27.23 PMEven on a stormy spring day and before the wildflower meadow at Ladew Topiary Gardens emerges, it’s alive with stunning flowers and wildlife.

Charleston, We Miss You

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We’re back in Baltimore, where spring is coming into full glory, but Charleston, we miss you.

Dreaming of Spring

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On a cold February morning, the temperature says winter, but the light says spring. The brightness brings daydreams; in my mind’s eye I see new blooms.

On Walnut Hill and Otto Calendar at Gundy’s This Saturday

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2016calendarimagesGreg Otto, Kathy Hudson, and Penney Hubbard are teaming up in support of local businesses with a book, a calendar, cards and posters this holiday season.

Booksigning at Sprezzatura: On Walnut Hill: The Evolution of A Garden

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The Perfect Holiday Gift for Anyone Who Loves Gardening!

Meet Kathy Hudson, Author of“On Walnut Hill: The Evolution of a Garden.” Kathy will be signing copies of “On Walnut Hill” from 11 am to 2 pmSaturday, December 5 at Sprezzatura.

Book Launch & Art Exhibit at the Vollmer Center at Cylburn – (You Won’t Want to Miss This)

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The Baltimore, MD garden of Penney and A.C. Hubbard, June, 2014.

Book launches rarely have related art exhibitions. On Walnut Hill: The Evolution of a Garden  by Kathy Hudson, however, lends itself to one. The two-acre Ruxton garden, developed over 46 years by passionate gardeners A.C. and Penney Hubbard, looks like a piece of living sculpture and contains a collection of sculpture as well.

Stunning New Release – On Walnut Hill: The Evolution of a Garden

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When A.C. and Penney Hubbard moved into their house in 1969, the garden was in rough shape, and the hills were mainly used for sledding. Fast forward 46 years, and their garden is now one of the most stunning private gardens in Maryland, and is listed on the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Gardens.