1. Interactive Approved Plants List

Interactive Approved Plants List

This list is extracted from Easton Park’s Approved Plants List found at the community’s HOA portal, Enumerate and a mirror is also hosted on this website.

Although this list is advertised as “the approved plants list”, the first page of the document states:

The attached list should be used as a starting point for selecting plants in the Easton Park. Requirements for specific Lots may be more or less restrictive depending on landscape indigenous to the immediate site and the location of the site within the Development.”

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Easton Park Approved Plants List

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wdt_ID Common Name Botanical Names Ht. x Spd. Min. Size & Spacing Re. Drought Tolerance Type of Tree/Plant Seasonality Comments
Drought Tolerance Type of Tree/Plant Seasonality

Data is accurate as of August 2nd, 2022

Do Not Plant List

The following list is taken from the Native and Adapted Landscape Plants Grow Green invasive plant list. See Grow Green guide for most current list.

  • Running Bamboo
  • Chinaberry
  • Chinese Parasol Tree
  • Chinese Pistache
  • Giant Cane
  • Kudzu
  • Japanese Ligustrum
  • Paper Mulberry
  • Nandina (berrying varieties)
  • Common Privet
  • Russian Olive
  • Tree of Heaven
  • Elephant Ear
  • Holly Fern
  • Wisteria (non-native)
  • Cat’s Claw Vine
  • Chinese Tallow
  • Japanese Honeysuckle
  • Wax LeafLigustrum
  • Mimosa (non-native)
  • White Mulberry
  • Chinese Photinia
  • Pyracantha
  • Salt Cedar Tamarisk
  • Vitex (agnus-castus)
  • English Ivy
  • Vinca (perennial varieties)

Does Not Meet Design Guidelines

Trees

  • Arizona Ash
  • Bradford Pear
  • Chinese Elm (Drake and Lacebark)
  • Green Ash
  • Italian Cypress
  • Palm Trees
  • River Birch
  • Silver Maple
  • Sugar Maule
  • Sweetgum

Shrubs

  • Azaleas
  • Boxwood
  • Burford Holly
  • Camellias
  • Chinese Holly
  • Euonymus
  • Indian Hawthorne
  • Photinia
  • Pittosporurn
  • Rhododend

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Updated on October 29, 2023

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