Planting in common areas adjacent to a wood line will not extend more than five feet from the woodline; planting areas adjacent to a Developer constructed retaining wall behind the home will not extend more than 18 inches from the wall.
NOTE: After the issue date of this addendum, no modifications may be made to the common property without approval of the Association. Modifications done prior to this addendum without written approval of the Developer or the Board of Directors must either meet the criteria described herein or must be removed by the homeowner. If the non-approved plantings are not removed by the current homeowner, the plants will be removed by the association at the homeowners expense.
Those plantings generally acceptable for foundation plantings around the homes are recommended for Common Grounds: in addition, the following plantings are recommended for Common Grounds as indicated:
I. Wet Areas:
II. Dry Areas:
Medium Growing: Hetzi, Pfitzer (approx. 3 ft. high)
Low Growing Ground: Bar Harbor, Blue Pacific, Blue Rug (12 - 18" high)
III. Semi-Dry Sunny Areas:
Forsythia, Wiegela, Rose of Sharon, Butterfly Bush, Vitex
NOTE: Dry area plantings need proper watering after transplanting to ensure good root development. Dry Area Plants and trees grown in the wild are started from seed, so unlike nursery grown, their root system is established naturally through the years and survive on water received by natural means.