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Villa Alegre - Tract B

August 17, 2009

B.

The planting season shall be as follows, 1. Deciduous Trees: Install March 1 to Dec. 1 (Cottonwoods to be

planted only when they are dormant or before they bud out.) 2. Evergreen Shrubs: Install March 15 to May 31 and Sept. 1 to Nov. 15,

(5 gal

to end ofNovember,

I-gal- to end of September.)

3.

Native Pinons and Pines: Transplanted between October and March.

Planting - If pre-dug they can be planted year round with the exception of June 1 July 30 when no plantings are allowed.)

4.

Deciduous Shrubs: March 15 to November (5

gal

to end of

November,

I-gal

to end of October)

  • 5.

    Evergreen Groundcovers: Install March 15 to August 31

  • 6.

    Perennials and Groundcovers: Install March 15 to October 31, (2 112"

containers to be planted April] - Sept. 30)

  • C.

    Variations to the schedule will be permitted with the Landscape Architect's approval.

    • 1.05

      SUBMITTALS

  • A.

    Samples: Submit a cubic foot sample of each type of mulch specified on the Drawings to the Landscape Architect for approval.

  • B.

    Product Data/Sources: Submit two copies of product names, literature and application rates for fertilizer, anti-desiccant, and amendments.

    • C.

      Maintenance Materials: Submit two copies of typewritten instructions bound in three-ring binder of recommended landscape maintenance procedures to be followed by the Owner for one full year. Submit prior to expiration of required maintenance periods.

      • 1.06

        PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

  • A.

    Delivery/Storage of Materials

    • 1.

      Delivery of Shipment to Site: The Contractor shall promptly notifY the Landscape Architect in advance of the time and manner of delivery of plant materials. The Contractor shall furnish, at the time of notice, an itemized list, in duplicate, of the actual quantities of plant materials in each delivery, in order to expedite the required inspection at the point of delivery. Plants rejected at this inspection or any time prior to planting shall be removed immediately from the planting area. When shipment is made, all plant materials shall be packed to provide protection against seasonal and breakage injuries during transit. Shipment shall be made in a closed vehicle or plants shall be completely covered to prevent drying or other wind damage. Particular care should be exercised in digging, wrapping and binding of plants to

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