Archive for the ‘Landscaping’ Category

San Diego County Embraces WaterSmart Living

Posted on: December 8th, 2021

Southern California could be facing severe drought conditions in the very near future. It is incumbent on all owners in Encinitas Ranch to exercise the right discipline and practices to deal with these impending conditions. With a dry winter projected for much of the state, California officials are considering fines of up to $500 a day for […]

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Damage to Parkway Turf

Posted on: December 8th, 2021

Recently the Landscaping Committee has noticed a big increase in damage being done to the parkway turf between the streets and sidewalks. Below is an example of this. It appears that vehicle drivers are being a bit less careful in pulling into or out of their driveways. Not only do the tires and weight of […]

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Upcoming Tree Trimming Work

Posted on: October 11th, 2021

Weather permitting, BrightView Tree Care will trim the common area Chinese Elm trees on Lynwood Drive and remove the fruit and most of the dead fronds on all of the palm trees at the entries throughout the community starting Tuesday, October 12th through Friday, October 15th.   BrightView will be posting ‘No Parking’ flyers where […]

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Upcoming Tree Treatments

Posted on: September 29th, 2021

Aguilar Plant Care, Inc. will be treating the following trees in Encinitas Ranch the week of September 27th: Soil fertilizing Palms via deep root inject, SAPW control for Canary Palms Soil fertilizing Podocarpus trees via deep root inject Soil systemic application to Oak trees for pest control Canary Island Palm located in the entry median […]

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Landscape Update – Overseeding

Posted on: September 21st, 2021

In the next few weeks all of the common area turf will be cut short then perennial rye grass will be sown to create beautiful, lush, green grass.

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Reminder – Homeowner Landscaping Responsibilities

Posted on: July 21st, 2021

As a reminder every homeowner is responsible to have well maintained landscaping in the front and back yards as well as on the sides of their homes. This helps to keep the overall community attractive for existing and prospective homeowners. Most plants and trees grow very fast and we need to ensure that everyone is […]

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