Ladew Topiary Gardens

Named One of the Top 5 Gardens
in North America

Saturday, February 16 & Sunday, February 17, 2019

Come experience the "magic" of maple sugaring as we head out to Ladew's Nature Walk to identify trees, observe tapped maple trees, and collect some sap!  Learn how to boil down the sap to make yummy, golden brown syrup. And sample tasty maple snacks!

This is a Ladew Gardens tradition you won't want to miss!


Two tours are offered each day:
12 noon - 1:30 or 2 - 3:30 pm   
All ages are welcome!  

Adults $12
Seniors (62+) $10
Students $10
Children (ages 3-12) $6
children (2 and under) free
(Includes Processing Fee)

Space is limited.

Advance registration and payment is required as Maple Magic typically sells out. 
For more info, contact Sheryl Pedrick at 410-557-9570, ext. 226 or spedrick@ladewgardens.com
Online registration coming soon.

Please note: Ladew is technically closed for the season. This event will take place in specifically designated areas led by tour guides – in the Barn Gallery & Studio, the lawn behind the Manor House and the Nature Walk forest trail. Therefore, the formal gardens, manor house, gift shop and café are unfortunately not open for people to explore on their own during this event. Also, this time of year is often called the Mud Season because of the large amounts of melting snow and rain. The majority of Ladew’s walkways through the gardens are grass turf. With over 400 people visiting Ladew during Maple Magic weekend, our turf would not survive. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.


(There will be some items for sale during the event – tree spouts, maple candy and maple syrup.)