All You Always Wanted to Know About Landscaping a Piano

All You Always Wanted to Know About Landscaping a Piano.

Bob Hill Hidden Hill News & Updates

By now many of you have been wondering how to properly landscape a freshly-painted baby grand piano. You wonder because you are well aware that this Saturday, Aug. 13 – beginning at 9 a.m. – three carefully-painted and immaculately-landscaped baby grands will be on display at Maxwell’s House of Music at 1710 E. 10th Street in Jeffersonville. It is a …

Hidden Hill Nursery's Famous Pickles

Pickle Pandemonium

Bob Hill Hidden Hill News & Updates

This, to my memory, is the first mini-treatise I have ever written on pickles. It comes to you somewhat courtesy of Janet Hill, who has filled our house with the unmistakable, lingering odor of pickle brine during her almost annual process of converting innocent cucumbers into thinly sliced hamburger helpers. She does it with a nearly 50-year-old, hand-written recipe she …

Yoga at Hidden Hill Nursery

Twist & Shout at Hidden Hill

Bob Hill Events, Hidden Hill News & Updates

Many of you have been lying awake at night wondering when Yoga classes would return to Hidden Hill. Well, how about this Saturday at 11:30 a.m., when Tami Combs returns to liven up the wooded area by our magnificent double-pond waterfall with the sight and sounds of people stretching body parts that haven’t been stretched in a while. AAAArrrggggg comes …

Blues & Greys Band

Blues Are Golden at Hidden Hill

Bob Hill Events, Hidden Hill News & Updates

The Louisville band Blues & Greys will be featured at the annual Hidden Hill Nursery & Sculpture Garden “Blues Fest” near Utica, Indiana on Saturday, July 23rd from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Turtle Run Winery will serve the wine, and barbeque meals will be available from B3Q Barbeque. Admission is $10 per person. Free parking. Hidden Hill owner Bob …

Franklinia Tree Flower

Ben Franklin Lives in Our Back Yard.

Bob Hill Hidden Hill News & Updates

Our Franklinia tree opened its first, fragrant camellia-like flower this weekend, an event as eagerly anticipated at Hidden Hill as the first spring blooms of a witch hazel, if not a cold beer on the back porch after a long hot day weeding the iris bed and cactus patch. The first thing to know about the Franklinia is there are …