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Plaisance 1998-2004

Physical description:
1 folder+ 12 35 mm. slides
Type:
Mixed archival materials
Place:
United States of America, Maryland, Montgomery County, Bethesda
Maryland
Bethesda
Plaisance (Bethesda, Maryland)
Date:
1998
1998-2004
Notes:
This enclosed garden evolved over a period of 32 years through the creative efforts of its owners. The name, Plaisance, is a French word meaning pleasant. The intent of the garden is to provide a peaceful haven. The garden features include a small swimming pool, and several very small pools that connect and trickle into the small sitting areas. Most areas in the garden are shady, and the plant selection includes azaleas, dogwoods, perennial begonias, native grasses, and a Japanese maple.
Persons associated with the garden include: Mr. and Mrs. William Alexander (former owners and garden designers, 1972-2004).
Summary:
The folder includes a work sheet and slide view plan.
Topic:
Gardens
Gardening in the shade
Local number:
MD212000
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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