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Caring for Your New Shrubs - IMPORTANT REMINDER
Tuesday, May 1st to Sunday, September 30th
Hello Neighbors,
We hope you are enjoying the new plantings at your home and in the Village Green Common Area.  The planting selections were the result of a tremendous collaboration of efforts by the Landscape Committee, Williams Landscape Designers and Disease Specialists, management and your Board of Directors.  These beautiful shrubs will grow quickly to the size appropriate for the location of planting and the species selected for each unit considered the sun/shade requirements. 
PLEASE, assure success, EVERY unit owner will need to water the new plantings as described below.
This is a very exciting time for The Village at Quarterpath!
The size of front yard landscape beds vary throughout the community.  Some of the smaller beds may not receive new shrubbery to replace the Japanese hollies due to the size of the bed.  This recommendation was made by Williams Landscape.
Williams Landscape will offer a 2-year warranty on new plantings, but only if certain conditions are met.  Since the Association does not have an irrigation system throughout the community, it’s incumbent upon the homeowners and residents to water new plantings and make observations to help determine if there is a problem, and notify management promptly so Williams can be contacted.  The Association is making a significant investment in this project.  Its success requires the participation of the homeowners and residents.
The warranty conditions are as follows:
1.    Watering of all newly installed plants is required.  During the first growing season following installation plants should be watered every 1-2 days, provided there has not been at least 1 inch of rain in the interim.  This should be done by thoroughly wetting the root soil mass.  During subsequent growing seasons watering should be done every 7-10 days.  Please do not over water plants.  This can cause as much trouble as not enough water.  A good method of checking soil moisture is to dig through the mulch, using your finger, into the top 2 inches of soil.  This should be done within 2-6 inches of the trunk of the plant.  If soil is wet, the plant will have sufficient moisture.
2.    Keep plants free of injurious insects and diseases by timely and proper application of pesticides.
WILLIAMS WILL TREAT FOR PESTS, AND MULCH THE BEDS: PLEASE, notify the management company promptly upon discovery of any suspected defect or problem with plant material, including pests.
With kind regards,
Village at Quarterpath Managing Agent