In 1969, A.C. and Penney Hubbard had no inkling that the garden they would create would become recognized as one of the finest in Maryland.
On Walnut Hill features essays and text by noted garden writer Kathy Hudson and the images of award-winning photographer Roger Foley.
The book On Walnut Hill features over 234 images of the horticulturally diverse gardens, which are themselves living sculpture.
Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm
Saturday, December 12, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 5 from 11am to 2 pm.
Thursday, March 31st, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Saturday, April 9 at 11:00am
Wednesday, May 18th, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Penney and A.C. Hubbard with garden writer Anne Raver. Photo by Roger Foley.
Penney Hubbard with Stephanie Peer of Babikow Greenhouses. Photo by Roger Foley.
Perennial Plant Association visitors on the lawn. Photo by Roger Foley.
The winter garden is quiet. After snowfall comes the deepest stillness of the year.
Spring is throwing a surprise party out in the garden. Roadside confetti of celandine poppies signals the festivities are beginning.
How could one six-inch-tall plant embody the profusion of mid-May? And yet it does.
June 2014 is greener than most, and the lushest in memory
In midsummer stillness, garden layers reveal themselves.
Wild is the late season. Plants roam, taller and wilder in their September fling.
Days before the first frost, golden light bathes a radiant garden at ease. This is the majestic last hurrah.