A cul de sac in Bethesda posed a challenge for these clients — how to create a visual
connection from the street to their home and provide space for more colorful shrubs and
perennials. We removed part of a concrete driveway and installed a sinuous paver path with
lighting to the house, planted large screening trees and perennials in the new island bed and
received funding under the Montgomery County RainScapes Program for replacing
impermeable pavement with native plants.