Landscape Sample Clauses

Landscape. Plans indicating grading, and limits of construction, existing and proposed tree canopy mix and percent coverage, and other proposed plantings. Plans should also show how the proposed project relates to the overall master plan for Carolina North.
Landscape. ‌ The approved plant species, minimum acceptable sizes, and maximum spacing are listed in Table 5-1. The list of approved plant species is intended as a guide for Developer. Developer shall have the opportunity to suggest a plant species mix to reflect a specific condition if necessary. Requests for substitution of other plant species shall be submitted in writing for approval by IFA. Developer shall not plant non-native, invasive species.
Landscape. 5.1 Landscape shall include street trees and planters at the private streets, a hedgerow of trees at the west property line, biofiltration planters, and vine planting for the parking garage green screen structure. Planting shall have low water requirements per the City of San Mateo.
Landscape. Efforts to preserve and enhance the project design will be achieved through adjustments of building, parking, roadway and stormwater location (as outlined below) and through supplemental landscaping that will blend with the natural vegetation yet carefully accentuate the residential areas, commercial areas, entrances, and other common spaces. All reasonable efforts shall be made to preserve existing native trees and vegetation on the site. General landscaping around parking lots, roadways, entrances, residential buildings, and other common areas will be landscaped with ornamental and native plant materials and in accordance with the LDC. These areas will be landscaped to include pockets of preserved trees, enhanced street frontage landscaping, garden courtyards, foundation and other types of landscaping to reflect outdoor spaces and to blend with the natural vegetation. All ornamental landscape beds and lawn areas will have supplemental irrigation. Florida Water Star landscaping standards are encouraged where feasible.