Approved Plants

Daylily

The following list of plants are currently acceptable: All plantings are per UNIT**

There are many varieties and colors of the various plants, the variety and color, if applicable, should be specified to assist the Board in approving the Change Order.**

Many of these plants have different sizes within varieties at maturity. Please take that into consideration when you request the plant from the list.**

Category Size Options

Flowering Perennial Day Lilly, Daisy, Pholx, Coneflower, Catmint, Iris (varieties), Russian Sage, Salvia, Lady’s Mantle, Dianthus, Peony, Heuchera, Sedum, Yarrow,  (may be mixed or matched to a total of 5 allowed plants)

Small Shrubs 1 to 2′ Blue Star Juniper, Pigmy Barberry, Spiraea (Little Princess Variety), Russian Cypress (Microbiota decussata), DaphneItea, PotentillaDeutzia, FothergilliaMugho pin (may be mixed or matched to a total of 4 allowed plants)

Medium /sized Shrubs 2 to 3′ Boxwood (Green Mountain or Green Velvet), Holly Shrub (Blue Girl), Burning Bush (Dwarf Variety), Hydrangea, Weigela (Wine and Rose variety), Forsythia, Bayberry (Myrica pennsylvanica), Verburnum (selected varieties), Lilac (dwarf & Common), Ornamental Grasses, Redwig Dogwood, Ninebark, (may be mixed or matched to a total of 4 allowed plants)

Small Evergreens 4 to 6′ Holly Trees, Dwarf Alberta Spruce (only 1 single tree of these approved varieties allowed )

Ornamental Trees 5 to 6′ Dogwood, Flowering Crabapple, Flowering Plum , Serviceberry, Redbud, Magnolia (varieties), Japanese Maple,  (only 1 single tree of these approved varieties allowed)

This is the approved list and the totals are the maximum permitted in the beds.

**All plantings are per UNIT

**Remember:

EVCA will pay for the removal dead plant/bush/tree, if a Change Order was submitted to SW then reviewed and approved by the EVCA Executive Board, and replace it with an approved comparable plant/bush/tree.

If a unit owner submits a Change Order to SW that was then reviewed and approved by the EVCA Executive Board, the EVCA Executive Board will NOT pay for the removal of a dead unapproved plant/bush/tree AND replace it the plant/bush/tree was non-compliant.  This will all be done at the owners’ expense and will be the only way that new flora and fauna will added to the landscape at the expense of the EVCA.

However, should a Unit owner want to change any of outside landscaping AT THEIR EXPENSE,  they can do so by choosing plants/trees/bushes from the approved list ONLY, then submit a Change Order to Stephenson Williams where it will then be reviewed by the EVCA Executive Board for approval.

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