Spring Planting Areas & Guidelines – Exclusive Use Areas

The sun and warmer temperatures have allowed for many owners to think about planting flowers in the EUA (Exclusive Use Areas)

Here is a handy guideline from our annual spring inspection that will let you know what is permitted and not permitted to be planted:

– THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF APPROVED AND NON APPROVED ITEMS FOR PLANTING IN YOUR EXCLUSIVE USE AREAS:

ALLOWED NOT ALLOWED
*ALL ANNUALS                

* MOST PERENNIALS     

*ANY SHRUBS/BUSHES APPROVED BY BOARD IN WRITING

* GOUT WEED              *ENGLEMAN CLIMBER *VIRGINIA CREEPER       *HOPS     *YARROW

* ANY CREEPING PLANTS OR VINES

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT A CERTAIN SHRUB/BUSH, PLEASE MAKE A WRITTEN REQUEST TO THE BOARD VIA EMAIL AT HPOH229@HOTMAIL.COM OR DROP IT OFF AT THE SHED – UNIT 229.

Last year the Board landscaped the fronts of units and reestablished neglected flower planting areas back to grass. It should be noted that in areas where the Board has done so, you are not permitted to plant flowers again. Planting can take place for those units where an established area is present.

It should also be noted that at this time NO SHRUBS OR TREES should be planted whatsoever. Many shrubs and trees in Exclusive Use Areas will be removed this year as part of the fence replacement and regrading process.The Board suggests that you instead plant your shrubs in a planter.

 

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