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CZCLandscapePlan+18-1124E. SEVILLE LN N. C A J U N L N EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN CLEAR VISION TRIANGLE LANDSCAPE MATERIALS LEGEND: EXISTING LANDSCAPE TO REMAIN - RETAIN AND PROTECT LAWN: SOD PER NOTE 6/L1.00 TREES BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME CONT CAL QTY REMARKS Carpinus betulus `Fastigiata` / Pyramidal European Hornbean B&B 2"3 35`h x 30`w Celtis occidentalis `Chicagoland` / Common Hackberry B&B 2"3 50`h x 40`w Tilia americana `Redmond` / Redmond American Linden B & B 2"4 50`h x 30`w SHRUBS BOTANICAL NAME / COMMON NAME CONT QTY REMARKS Bouteloua gracilis `Blonde Ambition` / Blue Grama 5 gal 63 3`h x 3`w Juniperus squamata `Blue Rug` / Blue Rug Juniper 2 gal 36 6"H x 6`W Rosa x `Noala` / Flower Carpet Coral Groundcover Rose 2 gal 40 30"h x 3`w Schizachyrium scoparium `The Blues` / The Blues Little Bluestem 1 gal 44 3`h x 3`w PLANT SCHEDULE THIS DRAWING CONTAINS INFORMATION WHICH IS THE PROPRIETARY PROPERTY OF ALC ARCHITECTURE. NO UNAUTHORIZED REUSE OR DUPLICATION OF THESE PLANS OR ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN, WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF ALC COPYRIGHT © ALC ARCHITECTURE TRESIDO OFFICE 1119 E. State Street, Suite 120 - Eagle, Idaho 83616 p. 208.514.2713 www.alcarchitecture.com 18052alc - 2973 EAGLE RD MERIDIAN , ID 83646 WILLET C HOWARD, PLA OFFICE: (208) 345.0500 EMAIL: WILL@STACKROCKGROUP.COM www.STACKROCKGROUP.COM T H E G R A P H I C S A N D D E S I G N S O N T H I S S H E E T A R E D E L I V E R A B L E S T H A T R E M A I N A T A L L T I M E S P R O P E R T Y O F S T A C K R O C K G R O U P , I N C . R E P R O D U C T I O N O R R E U S E O F T HIS P R O DU CT CONTA I N E D HER E I N I S P R O H I B I T E D W I T H O U T T H E W R I T T E N C O N S E N T O F S T A C K R O C K G R O U P , I N C . ‹67$&. ROCK GROUP, INC. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & MASTER PLANNING (208) 345-0500 404 S 8th St. #154 Boise, ID 83702 StackRockGroup.com SRG PN: 18-1124 09.07.18 LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENTS: PER CITY OF MERIDIAN LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS CHAPTER 11. LANDSCAPE ALONG STREETS: *1 TREE PER 35 LINEAR FEET. ·E. SEVILLE LN.TREES REQUIRED:TREES PROVIDED: ·107 LF (MINUS CURB CUTS)3 1 NEW / 2 EXISTING ·N. CAJUN LN.TREES REQUIRED:TREES PROVIDED: ·178 LF 5 3 NEW / 2 EXISTING PARKING LOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER: *1 TREE PER 35 LINEAR FEET. ·NORTH BUFFER TREES REQUIRED:TREES PROVIDED: ·173 LF 5 5 BIODIVERSITY REQUIREMENT: *A MINIMUM OF 3 DIFFERENT TREE SPECIES ARE REQUIRED WHEN 11-30 TREES ARE PROPOSED. ·PROPOSED TREES SPECIES REQUIRED:SPECIES PROVIDED: ·14 3 3 PLANT SIZING MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: TREE SIZING: SHADE TREES:MIN 2" CAL, B&B ORNAMENTAL TREES:MIN 2" CAL, B&B EVERGREEN TREES:MIN 6 FEET IN HEIGHT 1.REGULATIONS & STANDARDS 1.1.All contractor work shall be conducted in accordance with ISPWC (Idaho Standard Public Works Construction), 2018; and Meridian, ID codes, standards and state and local regulations. 2.EXISTING CONDITIONS 2.1.All utilities shall be located prior to construction and protected. Any damage to structures, utilities or concrete will be replaced at contractor's expense. 2.2.The site has many existing improvements such as underground utilities, curb and gutter, light poles and sidewalks. 2.3.See Engineer's plans for information about existing features; all drainage pipes and locations. Protect and retain drainage at all times. 3.GRADING & SITE PREPARATION 3.1.Prepare finish grades for planting by grubbing and removing weeds. If necessary apply Round-Up (or equivalent herbicide), using a certified applicator. Remove rocks and other materials over 2". 3.2.All gravel overprep to be removed and disposed of off site. 3.3.Finish grade to be smooth transition to allow for entire site to be a natural flowing space. 3.4.Refer to Engineer's plans for grading information & for all drainage pipes and locations. Protect and retain drainage at all times. 3.5.No pooling or standing water will be accepted per industry standards. 4.SOILS 4.1.All planter beds to receive a minimum of 18" depth of screened topsoil. Spread, compact, and fine grade to smooth and uniform grade 2.5" below adjacent surfaces. 4.2.All lawn areas to receive a minimum of 12" depth of screened topsoil. Spread, compact, and fine grade topsoil to a smooth uniform grade 1" below adjacent surfaces. 4.3.Reuse of existing topsoil that has been stockpiled on site is permitted if: 4.3.1.Topsoil is tested and analyzed to ensure a proper growing medium. Provide additional amendments as determined by soil tests. And 4.3.2.Topsoil is to be loose, friable sandy loam that is clean and free of toxic materials, noxious weeds, weed seeds, rocks, grass or other foreign materials. 4.3.3.Topsoil should have a pH of 6.5 to 8. 4.3.4.If on site topsoil does not meet these minimum standards contractor is responsible for providing approved imported topsoil or improving onsite topsoil per the approval of the project manager. 4.4.If imported topsoil is used it must be from a local source and be screened free of any debris or foreign matter. Topsoil must not contain rocks, sticks, lumps, or toxic matter. 4.5.Smooth, compact, and fine grade topsoil in lawn areas to smooth and uniform grade .5" below adjacent surfaces. 4.6.Prepare finish grade of topsoil to elevations set by Engineer's plans with positive drainage away from structures. Refer to Civil Engineer's plans for grading information. 4.7.Amend all new plantings with 2 parts topsoil and 1 part compost. 5.PLANTER BED MULCH 5.1.All planter beds to receive 3" depth of bark mulch, or approved other. Install over commercial grade weed barrier fabric per manufacturer recommendations. 6.LAWN AREAS 6.1.Sodded, to be tall turf-type fescue or approved equal per approved by owner. 6.2.All lawn areas to have cut edge. 7.PLANTS 7.1.All plant material shall be installed per industry standards. 7.2.All plant material shall meet or exceed the minimum federal standards as regulated by ANSI z60.1, American Standard for Nursery Stock. Plants not meeting these standards for quality, or plants determined to be unhealthy by Owner's representative, will be rejected. 7.3.All trees and shrubs to be installed per details. 7.4.Fertilize all trees and shrubs with 'Agriform' planting tablets or approved equal. Apply per manufacturers recommendations. 7.5.All plants shall adhere to plant schedule, species & sizes. Any necessary subsitutions due to availability or alternatives shall be coordinated to the landscape architect via submittal. 8.IRRIGATION 8.1.Irrigation system shall be built to the following specifications: 8.1.1.Adhere to city codes when connecting to city water. 8.1.2.All irrigation material to be new with manufacturers' warranty fully intact. 8.2.All remote control valves (including master control valve) to have flow control device. 8.3.Install indoor rated controller. Coordinate with general contractor on exact location. 8.4.Controller to include On/Off rain switch or other rain shut off device that does not alter program. 8.5.Irrigation system piping to be minimum class 200 PVC or approved equal, sleeves to be double the size of pipes located within, all wires to be contained in separate sleeves 1-1/2" dia min. 8.6.Use common trenching where possible. 8.7.All PVC located under hardscapes to be schedule 40 PVC with same req's as above. 8.8.All mainline pipe and wires to be buried a minimum of 18" and all lateral piping to be buried a minimum of 12" below grade. 8.9.All wires to be 14 gauge direct bury wire at a minimum. Size wire for correct voltage loss. 8.10.Supply a minimum of (2) spare wires to furthest valves from controller in all directions. 8.11.Sprinkler heads shall have a matched precipitation within each control circuit. Velocities shall not exceed 5 feet per second. 8.12.Contractor is responsible complying with all codes and paying all permits necessary. 8.13.Sprinkler heads shall have matched precipitation within each control circuit. Velocities shall not exceed 5 feet per second. 9.CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES 9.1.Contractor is responsible for 1 year of maintenance starting at the final date of acceptance by owner. 9.2.Estimated quantities are shown for general reference only. Contractor shall be responsible for all quantity estimates. 9.3.All plant material and workmanship shall be guaranteed for a period of one year beginning at the date of Acceptance by Owner. Replace all dead or unhealthy plant material immediately with same type and size at no cost to Owner. 9.4.Landscape contractor to turn in as built drawings at the end of project. Substantial completion will not be granted until 2 copies @ 1"=10' scale are turned in and approved by owner's representative. 10.In the event of a discrepancy, notify the General Contractor. LANDSCAPE NOTES: NORTH 0 SCALE: feet102030 1" = 10' THIS DRAWING CONTAINS INFORMATION WHICH IS THE PROPRIETARY PROPERTY OF ALC ARCHITECTURE. NO UNAUTHORIZED REUSE OR DUPLICATION OF THESE PLANS OR ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN, WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF ALC COPYRIGHT © ALC ARCHITECTURE TRESIDO OFFICE 1119 E. State Street, Suite 120 - Eagle, Idaho 83616 p. 208.514.2713 www.alcarchitecture.com 18052alc - 2973 EAGLE RD MERIDIAN , ID 83646 WILLET C HOWARD, PLA OFFICE: (208) 345.0500 EMAIL: WILL@STACKROCKGROUP.COM www.STACKROCKGROUP.COM T H E G R A P H I C S A N D D E S I G N S O N T H I S S H E E T A R E D E L I V E R A B L E S T H A T R E M A I N A T A L L T I M E S P R O P E R T Y O F S T A C K R O C K G R O U P , I N C . R E P R O D U C T I O N O R R E U S E O F T HIS P R O DU CT CONTA I N E D HER E I N I S P R O H I B I T E D W I T H O U T T H E W R I T T E N C O N S E N T O F S T A C K R O C K G R O U P , I N C . ‹67$&. ROCK GROUP, INC. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE & MASTER PLANNING (208) 345-0500 404 S 8th St. #154 Boise, ID 83702 StackRockGroup.com SRG PN: 18-1124 09.07.18 212" TOP TWO STRUCTURAL ROOTS: <3" BELOW TOP OF ROOTBALL. LOWEST STRUCTURAL ROOT: <5" BELOW TOP OF ROOT BALL 6 1 2 " NOTES: 1.DO NOT DAMAGE OR CUT LEADER 2.DO NOT DISTURB ROOT OR DAMAGE ROOT BALL WHEN INSTALLING TREE OR TREE STAKES. 3.TREE STAKING SHALL BE AT THE DISCRETION OF CONTRACTOR. HOWEVER ANY TREES DISTURBED FROM PLUMB DURING THE PLANT WARRANTEE PERIOD WILL BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED AT CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. 4.WATER PLANTS THOROUGHLY IMMEDIATELY AFTER INSTILLATION. 5.REMOVE ALL BURLAP, TWINE, ROPE, OR MATERIAL FROM THE TOP 1 3 OF THE ROOTBALL. 6.4' DIAMETER PLANTER BED/MULCH RING AROUND THE TRUNK OF THE TREE. 3" OF MULCH MIN. DO NOT PLACE MULCH WITHIN 2" OF TRUNK OF TREE. GRAFT VISIBLE ABOVE SOIL LINE SOIL LINE OF THE TOP OF THE ROOT BALL AFTER REMOVING EXCESS SOIL. 2-3" OF MULCH BACKFILL MIX SEE NOTES AND SPECIFICATIONS. COMPACT SOIL UNDER ROOTBALL TO 90% PROCTOR. BALL AND BURLAP TREE PLANTING 3/4" = 1'-0" SOIL SAUCER >3" HIGH; REMOVE AT COMPLETION OF PROJECT CUT AND FOLD WIRE BASKET FROM TOP OF ROOTBALL FINISHED MATERIAL PER PLAN 1 MULCH 2" MIN. AWAY FROM TRUNK OF PLANT. FINISHED MATERIAL PER PLAN BALL AND BURLAP PLANT (IF CONTAINER - GROWN PLANT WITH ROOTS LOOSENED AND PULLED OUT TO PREVENT PLANT FROM BECOMING ROOT BOUND) SOIL SURFACE ROUGHENED TO BIND WITH NEW SOIL FOLD BURLAP FROM TOP OF ROOT BALL DOWN INTO GROUND; SET TOP OF BALL FLUSH WITH FINISH GRADE 12" TO 18" FOR LARGER SHRUB ROOT BALLS, MAKE DEPTH MIN. 4" DEEPER THAN BALL) 3" DEEP MULCH MIN. NOTE: REMOVE ALL TAGS, TWINE OR OTHER NON BIODEGRADABLE MATERIALS ATTACHED TO PLANT OR ROOT MASS. BACKFILL SHALL BE 100% TOPSOIL. WATER SETTLE ALL PLANTINGS TO ENSURE PLANT ROOTBALL MAINTAINS 1 2" HEIGHT ABOVE EXISTING SOILS WHEN COMPLETE. SHRUB PLANTING 1" = 1'-0"2