“beautiful 5-acre garden”
The Helen Avalynne Tawes Garden is a five-acre garden located within a complex of state government office buildings in Annapolis, Maryland. The garden is named in honor of the former First Lady of Maryland, whose husband J. Millard Tawes was Governor from 1959 to 1967. Representations of the state’s various geographic areas are featured in this five-acre garden. They include a Western Maryland forest, a streamside environment and an Eastern Shore peninsula. In addition, the barrier-free garden contains pleasant ponds; a raised planter with plants of varied textures, tastes and fragrances; and many cultivated plantings.
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Helen Avalynne Tawes Garden
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