This 2.8-acre site in Carson City is near the Carson-Tahoe Hospital in Carson City. Site amenities include a large patio on the west side of the building that overlooks the existing Silver Oak golf course, and entry courts on the north and east sides of the building. Landscaping proposed complies with the landscape standards for Carson City while at the same time blending with the overall hospital campus plantings. Plant selection was based on low water use plants that grow quickly and are rabbit resistant. Shrubs and perennials proposed include many aromatic plants that rabbits will avoid. The planting plan includes plants in masses and elongated drifts that reflect the simplicity of the building structure. To soften the block retaining walls on the north and south property lines honeysuckle vines are proposed at the top of walls so that the vines drape over the walls. Honeysuckle is also proposed for the street right of way to establish a large green swath that substitutes for lawn. Mulches include fractured rock, decomposed granite in areas with minimal grade and bark mulches below the honeysuckle, which eventually will be covered over with the vines. The landscape area is irrigated with a low water use drip system. The overall project will use a little over an acre-foot of water annually.