This view is of the bowling green from the summer house. The image shows the intimate nature of the green due to its small scale, varied plants, small statuary and paving. The bowling green ends with a pool filled with lilies and a focal statue by Paul Wayland Bartlett. This image shows the many layers of vegetation used to enclose the green to separate it from other parts of the garden.
Tudor Place, a national historic landmark, contains Tudor House and its adjacent remaining grounds.
Keywords: United States, District of Columbia, Washington, site and landscape elements, potted plants. Submitted by Lin Goepfert.