Spring in Sherwood Gardens
Sherwood Gardens, 1959
My colleague Paul McCardell, who writes the blog "A Century in Maryland," posted this memorable picture of Sherwood Gardens in Guilford, a floral sanctuary on what was once part of the estate of A. S. Abell, this newspaper's founder.
Sherwood Gardens is Baltimore's most famous garden. It was a gift of John W. Sherwood, who opened up his gardens to the public. Today the Gardens are in the care of the Guilford Association with help from Baltimore City.
Check out Sherwood Gardens, in person or here!