Amy Tudor Photos by Ellie Tudor
January 15, 2021

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Our hollyhocks have been in the family for seven generations. This strain was handed down from Tasha's great-grandfather Frederic Tudor. He lived from 1783-1864 and was known as the Ice King who, after many trials and much ridicule, amassed a fortune by creating a demand for iced drinks in warm locales.  

December 24, 2020

 Dolls Christmas Tree
 
In our Christmas tidings today, we'd like to share a perspective from Tasha:
 
"For many years, my family and I celebrated our own dolls' Christmas, and it became a holiday tradition we all cherished." 

December 16, 2020

An upcoming new episode in the "From Tasha's Forest" series called "Looking Forward to Christmas" airs on the Japanese network NHK, on December 20 and 26, 2020.

November 17, 2020

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Many, many people were first introduced to Tasha through her Christmas cards. For 30 years, she illustrated at least ten new cards each year and this large body of work overflows with heartwarming family celebrations, wonder at nature, New England villages, children with animals and more.

November 6, 2020

Tasha Tudor had a natural gift of making holidays and celebrations magical for her family, friends and loved ones. One way she made Christmas such a joyful time was building up anticipation long before the day. Today we’ll share Tasha’s tradition of creating Advent Calendars. 

November 6, 2020

Making advent calendars is a fun and accessable craft project for young and old alike. This holiday season, why not try your hand at making one yourself?

October 30, 2020

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Each year the Japanese publisher Kadaokawa produces a Tasha Tudor, 12 month wall calendar with Richard Brown photographs and we are giving away six! 

October 27, 2020

An upcoming new documentary airs on NHK ETV November 1, 2020.  A previous 2017 film, The Stillwater Story, is now available for streaming on Hulu in Japan.

October 26, 2020

In 1994, Tasha Tudor, writer Tovah Martin and photographer Richard Brown created the inspiring book Tasha Tudor’s Garden. It followed Tasha through her beloved garden over the course of a year from snowdrops to tulips and frosted rose hips to greenhouse camellias in deep winter and has spread the gardening bug among anyone who lost themselves in the pages. 

October 20, 2020

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We recently came across the statement “Classic children's literature teaches audiences of all ages the truth about the world and human nature.” Do you think this is true? Let's take a look at the Octobers of long ago through illustrations from four of Tasha's books; Pumpkin Moonshine (1938), The New England Butt'ry Shelf Cookbook (1968), Tasha Tudor's Five Senses (1978)  and Around the Year (1957.)