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3-PerlowSteelL101DRIVE INDRIVE IND.I.D.D.I.D.OFF.10 TON CRANE10 TONCRANEDOWDEN DESIGN GROUPP.O. BOX 415, LIBERTYVILLE, IL, 60048LANDSCAPEPLANDEPOT DRIVE PLAINFIELD, ILLINOISREVISIONS:DOWDENDESIGNGROUP.COM PHONE: (847) 362~1254PERLOW STEELDATE: 08.25.20SCALE: 1"=40'DRAWN: CJDL101(3) 2.5" PAMC(5) 6' PA(3) 6' SRIS(3) 6' PGD(3) 2.5" ARR(21) 30" POSW(3) 2.5" LTEC(3) 6' CMGG(3) 6' AGAB(3) 2.5" QR(9) 6' PGD(3) 2.5" AFM(5) 6' PM(5) 6' PMLOT 465,120 S.F. OFFICE/WAREHOUSEPERSONS PARKWAYS. WOOD FARM ROADDEPOT DRIVEPLEASE SEE LANDSCAPE PLAN L102FOR OFFICE PLANTING DESIGN(3) 2.5" UMGFUTUREEXPANSION20,000 S.F.PLANT LIST Qty. Common Name Botanical Name Size Remarks Key 3 Marmo Maple Acer freemanii ‘Marmo’ 2.5” B&B AFM 3 Redpointe Maple Acer rubrum ‘Redpointe’ 2.5” B&B ARR 3 Skyline Locust Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Skyline’ 2.5” B&B GTS 3 Emerald City Tulip Tree Liriodendron tulipifera ‘Emerald City’ 2.5” B&B LTEC 3 Exclamation London Planetree Platanus acerifolia ‘Morton Circle’ 2.5” B&B PAMC 3 Northern Red Oak Quercus rubra 2.5” B&B QR 3 Triumph Elm Ulmus ‘Morton Glossy’ 2.5” B&B UMG 4 Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry Amelanchier grandiflora 6’ B&B AGAB 3 Golden Glory Cornelian Cherry Cornus mas ‘Golden Glory 6’ B&B CMGG 3 Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac Syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’ 6’ B&B SRIS 8 Norway Spruce Picea abies 6’ B&B PA 12 Black Hills Spruce Picea glauca ‘Densata’ 6’ B&B PGD 10 Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii 6’ B&B PM 22 Green Velvet Boxwood Buxus ‘Green Velvet’ 24” Cont. BGV 7 Sunrise Forsythia Forsythia ovata ‘Sunrise’ 30” Cont. FOS 3 Limelight Hydrangea Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ 36” Cont. HPL 21 Summer Wine Purpleleaf Ninebark Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Summer Wine’ 30” Cont. POSW 3 Blue Muffin Viburnum Viburnum dentatum ‘Blue Muffin’ 30” Cont. VDBM 9 Spilled Wine Weigela Weigela florida ‘Bokraspiwi’ 24” Cont. WFB 24 Karl Foerster Reed Grass Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ #1 Pots CAKF 25 Happy Returns Daylily Hemerocallis ‘Happy Returns’ #1 Pots HHR 18 Walker’s Low Catmint’ Nepeta faassenii ‘Walker’s Low’ #1 Pots NFWL 0 20 40 80120SCALE: 1"=40'NOTES:NOTES:NOTES:NOTES: 1) THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AND INSTALL ALL PLANT MATERIALS IN QUANTITIES SUFFICIENT TO COMPLETE PLANTING AS SHOWN ON THE DRAWING. ALL PLANTS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS PF THE CURRENT AMERICAN STANDARD FOR NURSERY STOCK, PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATION. PLANTS SHALL MEET SIZE, GENUS, SPECIES AND VARIETY AND BE IN GOOD HEALTH, FREE OF INSECTS, DISEASES, OR DEFECTS. NO “PARK GRADE” MATERIAL SHALL BE ACCEPTED. TREES NOT EXHIBITING A CENTRAL (OR SINGLE) LEADER WILL BE REJECTED UNLESS CALLED IN THE PLANT LIST AS MULTI-STEM. QUANTITY LISTS ARE SUPPLIED AS A CONVENIENCE. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL QUANTITIES AND, IN CASE OF DISCREPENCY, THE PLAN SHALL PREVAIL. NO PLANTS ARE TO BE CHANGED OR SUBSTITUTED WITHOUT APPROVAL FROM A REPRESENTATIVE OF JAMES DOWDEN & ASSOCIATES, Inc, 2) ALL PLANTS SHALL BE WATERED DURING THE FIRST 24 HOUR PERIOD FOLLOWING INSTALLATION. A WATERING SCHEDULE MUST BE AGREED UPON WITH THE OWNER (BEFORE PLANTINGS ARE INSTALLED) OF WHOM, WHEN AND HOW PLANT MATERIALS ARE TO BE PROPERLY WATERED. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY PROPER WATERING IS BEING DONE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND HEALTH OF ALL PLANT MATERIALS. The landscape contractor shall warranty all plant materials for one year from the time of installation and project acceptance. 3) PLANTS SHALL BE BALLED AND BURLAPPED UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON THE LANDSCAPE PLAN. NO ROOT BOUND MATERIAL SHALL BE ACCEPTED AND ALL WRAPPING MATERIALS MADE OF SYNTHETICS OR PLASTICS SHALL BE REMOVED AT THE TIME OF PLANTING. IT IS THE OPTION OF THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR TO ROLL BACK BURLAP FROM THE TOP OF THE ROOT BALL. 4) RECOMMENDED MULCH DEPTH IS THREE INCHES (3”) OF SHREDDED HARDWOOD BARK. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL AVOID OVERMULCHING AND THE CREATION OF “MULCH VOLCANOES”. Mulch Beds shall extend a minimum of two feet (2’) beyond the center of a tree or shrub. Mulch must be pulled back at least two inches (2’) from the base of a tree so the base of the trunk and root crown are exposed. 5) Prepare all perennial beds with one cubic yard of garden compost per 100 sf and the compost shall be rototilled to an 8” depth. 6) All plants shall be set plumb. It is the option of the landscape contractor to stake deciduous trees but it is also the responsibility of the landscape contractor to guarantee the plants remain plumb until the end of the guarantee period. 7) Trees shall be installed a minimum of five feet (5’) horizontally from underground electrical feeders, sanitary sewers, sanitary services, water mains, and water services. Trees shall be installed a minimum of ten feet (10’) horizontally from utility structures including, but not limited to, manholes, valve vaults and valve boxes. Shade trees shall be a minimum of ten feet (10’) from all light poles and all shrubs shall be a minimum of three to five feet (3’-5’) from all fire hydrants. 8) The landscape contractor shall locate the existence of all underground utilities prior to starting work. The landscape contractor must also keep the pavement and work areas in neat and orderly condition throughout the construction process. The Landscape contractor shall acquaint himself with. And verify. Working conditions in advance of submitting a proposal. Failure to recognize inherent responsibilities does not relieve the contractor of obligations due to miscalculations. 9) Property owners shall be responsible for maintaining all landscaping shown on the approved plans throughout the life of the development. 10) ALL TURF SHALL BE PREMIUM BLUEGRASS MIX (4-5 LBS/1,000SF) WITH NORTH AMERICAN GREEN DS75, OR EQUIVALENT, EROSION CONTROL BLANKET IN ALL DISTURBED AREAS. TURFTURFTURFTURFTURFTURFTURFTURFTURF