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Overlooking Crab Creek, this Annapolis home was built on a previously undeveloped site. A largely wooded property, cleared sections were blended with the surrounding woods using a mixture of native and ornamental plants that provide year-round interest. To accommodate a circular drive, the house was pushed to the edge of a steep slope buffer. Woodland paths traversing the hillside will provide access to the water. Foundation plantings were kept low to complement floor-height windows. A fountain focal point was accented with lush plants selected for their fragrant quality.

heike nolker, ASLA landscape architect

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