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1989





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TABLE or COt^UEf^S

TUitz Page

lYitA.adu.cXA.on 1-4

ExJ^^ting S-itz CondUxoivii 5-6

XtboKoXum ?fiapoi,td Plan 7-S

Patki 9

RzaoA.d KztP'ing System 10-11

Labzti and TnteApfizttvz S-Lgn^ 11

}^{ainiznancz 1 3

Plani UatzAAjzl 13

EducaZionaZ PlogAOJM 14

P.zcammzndatA.Qni, 15-16

FtULtkzA. Contactyi, 17

E^btiogAaphy H-10



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in 2010 with funding from

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INTROVUCnON TO THE URBAM FORE-STRV CENTER

Thz UKban FoA.z.itAy CzntzA In PoAXitmouXh, 'Azw Hamp^kuiz, -U, a g-l(,t to tht
itatz o{i Mew Hcunp^hAjiz by John Elujyn Sionz, to fae ^o^teue/t oied ^oA iocA-o-zcolog-icaZ
puApo^eJ,. John Elwyn Stonz, 7 922-/974, wa.i a. diAzct de^czndant o{^ John Langdon,
1741-1S19, tkz dAj>tA.nguAj>hzd Hew Hamp^klxz 6tatejnan and {^-Lmt govoAnon. o^ Hejjj
Hamp^lviAZ.

Thz g-iit con^^^ti, oi 150 acAzi, o{i land uiitk buUZding^ and thz annual Zncomz
{iA.om a $1.7 nUZtion doUoA tALU,t ^and. Thz pKopznXy -U managzd midzn. thz juJvUduictLo.
oi thz di.\)Aj>-ion Oj^ ¥on.z^tii and land^, Uzw Hamp^kiAZ VzpoAtmznt o{^ Rz^ouAcz^ and
Economic Vzvzlopmznt.

Thz UA.ban FoKz^tAy CzntzA -Li, beJjig dzvzlopzd to makz pzoplz aiwAz that tAzzi
OAZ a 'tzne'Mablz kz^ouacz and to zducatz thz pabtlc on thz iocio-zconomic valaz o^^
ioKz^t^, tAzzi , iivuj.b6, and fizlaZzd plants, ozcatuz o{i iZi location uxitkin thz cJXy
0^ PoKtimoLLth, natuAz, and puApoiz, thz Ll^ban ¥oKz&tAy Czntzn. -Li) -idzally iultzd to
42/iue 04 an zxamplz o{i an uAban ^oKz^t. Thz 150 acAZ ioAz^tzd and Mztland tJiact
v^-ill i^ancXion pfvonoAiZy 04 a dzj7ion6tAa.tlon oAza and -iti {^acAjJJxzii i'xitZ fae u^zd ^oA.
tzacking, zdu.caJU.on, and KZi>zaAch -in ixuban ^oH.zi,tn.y.

Ploiti, ^ox thz dzvzlopmznt o{, thz U^faan fofizi>tA.y CznZzn. includz thz ZitabLUhmznt
oi an zcolog-ical pxz6ZA.vz, and thz dzvzlopmznt o^ 6ZvzAal mtni-iMOodZot dz^moYUttAoution
oAzoA. ¥txnXhzA, tkl6 uAban ioKZAt n.z^ouAcz mIZZ pxovZdz 6aclzty mtix a vaAiztjy oi^
goodi and iZAvA.czi>: {l]mzzting poi-i^cve 'tzcAZjvtional nzzd^ o{, uAban izAZdznZit ; (2)
pKOKiZdujig tzchnicjol oAy^-iitojicz and guuidancz on thz maZntznancz and coAz a^^ uAban
tAzzi) and -i^hAubi; [3] hzlp-ing mvLnA.CA.paLitizi> , land dzvzlopzAi , con^ZAvation comnAj,-
^Zon6, and othzu In inplmzntaZion o^ publZc uAban {^oKzitAy pKojzcti,; {4)^poni)0^ng
zducation and Aji{^QAmatA.on pKogAoim to zxtznd publZc knowlzdgz o,^ {^oKZ^ti and
^oAutAyt and (5) pKoducAjig wood ^ZbA-Z and iLtitiz-ing uAban ujood.



JMTROVUCTJOU

An oAboKeJiixi} -Li, a. goAdzn tkaX ^i compftUzd o(^ tAtzi , ^hfiub^ , and keAbacUou^
plant-ij. T/ie actu-oZ dz^^inition oi an a/ibo^ztim -U dA.{t^eAznt ^o^ zvzxyonz. A
botayiical goAdzn, poAk ok xzcAzaXlonaZ oAza alZ kavz a. i,Ajr\uZaK ^ocvu,: a zoUzction
0^ planX^ landicapzd ^oA. tkz znjoymznt o{^ tkz pzoplz. ThzAz li onz majon. d^^^izAzvizz
bztwzzn an oAboAztum and a pan.k on. botanical goAdzn and ikaX -U thz fizzoxd kzzp-ing
oi zack plant In an oAbofiztum.

KfiboK- -li, tAzz and -ztim li QKowp In latin and thzAz^oAz, thz Mon.d oAboKztum
mzam a gAoup o^ tAzz6 . A moAz complztz dziinition oi an oAboAztum ii a zoUzcJtion
0^ MOody plants; tAzz^, shAub-i, and vinzi and otkzA plants, that oaz pAopzAty
Zabzlzd, fizcoAdzd, and ma.Lntainzd. Thz ^oclu, o{, an oAboAztum dil'^^zAi, with thz gAoap
Loho ii, zstablishing it.

Thz 'dAban FoAzstAy CzntZA' i, main ^ocoi ii, zducaZlonal pAogAoiM about uAban
(^oAZitAy. iJJhzn thz lAa^tZA Plan iajos madz iZvzAol yzaAi ago, thz possibility o^
an oAboAztum iaxu, mzntionzd. Tkz {,oclu, o<^ thz oAboAztum woi 6tatzd as: "oAboAztum
plantings q{^ tAZZi and shAubs iaitablz ^oA lu>z in uAban oAzaii stAzzt and shadz
tAzz spzcizs, backyoAd landscaping spzcizs, municipal buildings and public lawn
and poAk spzcizs.) This {,ocu^ hiis bzzn xzviszd to be: plantings o{^ tAzzs suAXablz
^OA UAban oazjxs that mJit suAvivz in thz climatz o^ Mew; HampshiAz. This limits
thz szlzction o{i plants to onzs that do wzll in noAthzAn ctanatzs.
Thz majoA (^unctions o{j thz UAban FoAzstAy CzntzA AAboAztum oaz:

-to gAow plants koAdy in thz Mew HampshiAz oAza in oAdzA that homz ownzAS may
bzcomz iamitioA uiith thziA namzs, oAnamzntaZ and landscaping chaAactzAiyi,tics and
pAopzA coAz mzthods;

-to disszjminatz knowlzdgz o^ plants to thz public, including in^oAmation on
cultuAz, ^ZAtltizing, and pAuning. Local schools, goAdzn clubs and othzA oAgan-
izations cam kzlp with tkls pAojzct;

-to show pzoplz that tAzzs incAzasz thz pAoductivity, economic impoAtancz and
bzauty a^ an oAza, by intzAzsting plantings and by intAoducing spzcizs not gAown
thzAZ bzioAz-

-to pAovidz pa^sivz 'izcKzational stimulus to thz public.

UAban ^oAzstAy is a AzlaXivzly nzw conczpt in ^oAzstAy in thz Unitzd Statzs
and dz^initzly ^OA {^oAzs-tAy in New HampshxAZ. Onz dz^inition o^ uAban ^oAzstAy
is " pzoplz- oAizntzd {^oAzstAy" , that is, (/) making pzoplz awoAz that tAzzs oaz a
'Xznzwablz xzsouAcz to bz uszd, and (2) zducating thz public on thz Aolz o^ tAzzs



and iliAub^ and fiztaJ:Q.d plants in thz uAban znviAonrmnt, A feet/ ingKzdiznt P() uAban
/^ofiutALj -u UAban vzgoXajtian manaQemznt -inctudAjig tkz managzmznt o^ ^oxz-btzd landA
and othzA Kzlatzd naXuAoJL n.Qj>ouA.zzi> -in uAban and adjacnzt oazoa. LlKban {^oKZitxy
-c-i conczAnzd icoth vzgztatlon managmznX. mXlvin uAban oazoa {^on. azMkzticJs and
amznAXy valuer, 6ound boAAizu , oJji poZlwtion cqyvOioI, Motzukzd pKotzcXion, ioildti^z
kab-ctout, xzcAzation, and tJtzz and ■ikn.ub coAz and maZnJlznancz, Ati,o ■inclu.dzd Li>
lAJOod {,ibAz pA.oducJU.on and thz uutiLization o{ uAban ujood, {^on. zxamptz, coKd MOod
ion. hzating komzA .

Thz CzntzA. zncoLUiagzi invzjitlgaXAjon o^ uAban {^ofiz^tAy pfiobtznn, by ipon&ofvinQ
and conducting con^zn.zncz6, tzctuAZ^, continuing zducation pAog^ami, woKlukop-i,
dzmon^ttation^ , and zxkibttd dz6ignzd to bfujig intZAz^tzd zducatoAA, 'tz^zoAchzA^ ,
publico, municipal. admiyititAatoAA , land ui>z ptannzfUi , ■c,0A.Z6t>iy pfio{^z^.i>-LonaJii),
ofibonAjitA, and otkzAJi togztkzn. to d^J^cu^^ and zvaluatz un.ban (^oiz^t/iy pAoblemt,
Ati>o planned foA. thz CzYvtzn. i^ a tibnjviy i^jkich mJit azavz oi a a.z6ouacz czntzA {^oA.
publicationii and in^^oAjmation in u/iban (^oA.z^t/iy pA.obZzm4>. ThiJ> az60uacz tibAjxAy
Mitt fae avOyilablz ioA uaz to homzownzA^, dzvztopzAA, ptannzju>, pA.o{jZi>-i,ionat^, and
othzu inZzAZAtzd in uAban (^oA-ZJ^tAy . Thz iocu^ t.hu6 qOA o^ thz Uxban ToKz^tAy
CzntZA Mitt dzvzZop niczty into thz plaM> {^oA an oAboAztum ->,incz thz main (Jocoi
Oq thz oAbo Aztum mJUi be zdjucaZuig pzoptz.

An oAboAztum can havz a tibAOAy, AZizoAch oAza and pAoJzct, kzAboAium, and
zducationaZ pAogAoiu. Thz^z do not nzczi^oAiZy havz to bz inctudzd in an oAboAztum.

AnoAbo Aztum iA ^ocu^zd on zducating thz gznzAot public and tkzAZ OAZ numzA.oui>
pzoplz and gAoupA that OAZ intZA.Z6tzd in aAboAzXiuM. ThzAZ oAz going to bz thAZZ
main gAoup6 in pzoptz intzAUtzd in thz oAboAztum: unAciznti{^ic pzoplz, 6ciznti{iic
Ibotani^t^] cAoiod, and con^zAvatioYii^t cAowd. Amongst tixzA>z gAoupA o^^ pzoplz oAZ
thz gznzAot public, tAZZ MOAdznA, municipat pzoplz, oAboAjjitA, goAdzn ctubA and many
moAz. Thz docui o{i thZi oAboAztuxn li> OAjnzd toMOAdA thz aAboAOtt, thz gznzAol
pubtic, thz con^zAvationAJit, thz tzachzA, thz local goAdzn ctubA, and moAt impoAt-
antly, thz homziwnzA.. Each pzAAon OA gAoupA o^ pzoplz Mill bz looking ^oA Aomztlving
di(^{^zxznt iAom thz oAboAzturn. Thz oAboAut oA pAoiZAAionaZ i.tudznt may 6tudy and
obAZAvz txzzA 6ultablz ioA Ahadz, pulp oA oAnamzntaJU, oA thz hziglit and ihpaz o{^
a tAZZ. An OAboAztum ij> tikz an outdooA cloMAoom ^OA tzachoAA and thzy can
znhancz a chttd' i zducaXion by showing tkzm a tivz Apzcijnzn. Local goAdzn clabi
and hoAticultuAol Aociztizi can hzlp incAzaiz thz pubtic' 6 OLVOAcnzAA oi planti by
sponAoAing MotfzA oA talkA. ThzAZ ii, no bzttzA placz ioA a homz awnzA to look at



cLtQ^^ztznt lancLicap^ pZatvti and {^i.nd ouX. thz -6pecx^()-cc nzzdi and lUZA oi) a ttzz an.

6hAub. Thz gensAoi, pub-tic w-ltl appfiZciaXz a placz (^on. paM,A.v(i izcAzaZion and

znjoijmzni.. Each o^ thej^z qKoup^ o^ pzoplz uuJJ. bznzi-ut {^Kom tkz llKban VoKZJitXLj
Czntzn.' ii kKbofiztum.

"Sajizz ^onJid WoA IT, tkzKz hcu, bzzn a MoKld mjdz 6uAgz o^, IntzAZit in cuttuAoZ
■Lnt^Aj^Jution^ , z-ipzcMLtly miu,zujn6 - not only -in tko-iiZ tocaXzd in popuLation czntzAJi
and koiUizd in ^pzciatty dzj>ignzd buildings, but aJUo in what an.z calZzd iitz
mct6euDi4, locaX.zd whzAzvzA ^zatuAz^ o^ ki^toftizaZ, zitkeXic, on. bioZogicaZ intzAZit
oAz pn.z-i,znt. kn.bon.ztijnu> that incon.pon.atz zxi^txng vzgztaJxon 0(^ i-poAtasicz may
pn.opznZy bt catlzd iitz muj, zum-i, but aAbon.ztumA in gznznjxt an.z bzi>t knoiMn oi
"tiving ma6eujn-6", ^on. tkzy cottzct and pAZAZAvz in a i>ingZz location planti" {^Aom
all dii^fjeAznt oazoa. Tkz uJonxL mu^^um cna bz a^^ociatzd uxith aAban.ztLun6 to 6koM
6omz oq it' -it implicationi) Mith living collzction^. Tkti, a^pzct o{i an aM.bon.ztum
ii, lAikat thz LlAban ¥on.zAtn.y CzntzA. ij> ^ocLUiing on Mith thz de4-cgn4. Thz idza o^ an
an.bon.ztum bzuig a mu^zum pKoducz^ many zxciting poi^-iiibi-tutizM io pn.ogn.ami, and
iiupponX.



EXISTLVG SITE COMVITIOMS

T'm LlAban FoKZitn.y CzntzA. li, loccUzd in Eh»yn Road, oH o{^ Lai^ayzXtz Road,
in PonXMnoLith, Mew Hamp4>k<At. Thz UA-ban foKSAtfiy CznXzA otA)yu> 150 acjiu 0(^ land
tkaJi goej> {^Aom Eiwyn Road noAXhwz6t to the. SajgajnoA.z CAeefe and La^ayeXtz Road
za^t abouX 3600 ^zzt. Thz pKQpoi>zd aA.bon.ztim iitz i6 appAoxMnaXzty -6-cx acAei oi
land locatzd at thz zoAnzA o^ La^ayzttz Road and Eluiyn Road. Thz moA^n zntAancz
to thz CzntzA boAdzu onz ^-idz o^ thz oAboAztim and a {^-uiz Aoad boAdzA6 thz
QthzA itdz.

Tkz 6aXz ha^ a loAgz izction o{i tAzzi> boAdz/Ung it. Along La^^ayzttz Road,
thzAz -U a dzcidiLOLU, bJoodZjxnd oAza. Thz natuAoZ itandyi oi timbzA, both mixzd
koAdwoodA and io^twood^ , oAz thz izcond loAgz^t non-pZayitzd co\jza typz6 oq naXivz
^oAZAt ipzcJ-Zii {,ound on thz CzntzA' i pAopzAty. UoAioLU) 6pzcizJ> AzpAz^ zntativz o{^
di^{iZAing 'itagz^ o{, ^oAZyit 6uzczi>^ion may fae (,ound in th<J> oAza. Advanczd
iucczi^ional ^pzcizi 'iach a^ hzmlock, bzzch and wkitz pinz gAoiM kzAz. EoAZy
iucczi^ional -iipzcizA iucfi an gAay biAch, black zhzAAy, and AzdczdoA janipzA aAz
oLiiO pAZAznt. CzAtcLin hoAdwoodi, 6pzciz6 choAactz/vUtic o^ 6oathzAn Mzw Hajmp^hiAz
OAZ oLiiO pAZ6znt including hickoAy, Azd oak, whitz oak, and uohitz a^h. RzpAZizn-
taJu.vz zxamplzii o{^ noAthzAn lvxAdwood6 axz aJU>o pAZAznt including papzA biAch, iugoA
maplz, and bzzch.

Along thz main zntAancz iA a Rzd Pinz plantation. MzoAly 14 acAZi, o{^ Azd
pinz lAJZAz diAAt plantzd on thz MZ^tZAly i,idz o^ thz pAopzAty in about 1960.
To datz, thz plantation oAza hoA not been managzd. Voung Azd pinz izzdlingi havz
6zzdzd .in natuAoLly t'nAowghout thz pljXYitatian. GAowth throughout tlxz plantation
^O/i been ^omzsMhat ituntzd duz to thz i^zzding oi) thz EuAopzanPinz Shoot Moth. In
OctobzA, 1976, appAoxAjnaXzly It acAZA o{^ Azd pinz buAnzd.

Thz bufinzd oAza oi Rzd PinzA iA whzAZ thz oAboAztum imHI fae locatzd. HzoA
thiA oAza iA thz backyoAd dejmonAtAationA oAza and thz ^iAz zcology itudy oAza.

Thi.:> pAopo6zd oAboAztum oAza iA vzAy ilat land and hoA a vzAy flight i>lopz.
ThzAZ OAZ numzAouA buAnzd .itump-i and gAOA^ZA thAoughout thz 6itz. Smatl 6uckzAing
PopuloAA OAZ -^toAting to appzoA thAoughout thz iitz. LoAgz pinz tAzzA oAz
boAdzAing thz dzciduooA ujoodtand oAza and thzAz oAZ 'iomz dzad Azd pinzA along thz
edge, o^ thz plantation. ThAzz iMhitz pinzA oAe locatzd nzat thz ChuAch lot on thz
^^itz that atz ^oiAly Mill zAtabUAihzd and can fae ttied in thz oAboAztum.

Thz 'boil o<j thiA oAza -Ia liJoAioick gAavzlly loam. Thz pH Izvzl o{^ thz i>oiZ
-LA 4.5 - 6.0. (See ckoAt] Thz natuAal dAoinagz ci Oj« no pAoblzm.



Tht ilAban ¥on.e^tAy CzwtQA Im loccitzd on thz othzt 6.-cde Oj^ thz Stcuikzy p/UvcUz
pfiopznXy and -li a dUj^ta.ncz (yxom tkz (Viboxztum i,itz. PoAlzing oAzcui oAz tozcutzd
nzoA thz CzntzA and -thz IzctuAz 6ZfU.Z6 and pKOQKoiM ojiz locaXzd at thz Czntzn..
Tkz/iz OAZ tAoJXi, tktoaghout thz land and thz/iz -ii, onz ttaiZ uikich imJI. be
dzvztopzd to Izad to thz oAboKztim 4^e. F-iAz xoadi, wzAZ pot in Mhzn tliz CzntzA.
woi zitabtUhzd and onz /^-ote {^oad boAdzn^ thz aJiboKztim iitz. TlvU load mJU.
fimain opzn ^on. accz6-i> and 16 hailt into thz aAboKztim plan. Pfizizntlij, watzn.
■Lb bzing panpzd to thz backyard deynoMttcLtion i>ltz^ and a ^auczt mM, bz tn^tallzd
zoAly In thz iummzA. 0|^ 19S2. Tka, maJJL bz thz main ivatzA .iapply anza {^on. thz
oAboKztum.



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Majof Soil Featuri!(5) Affecting Use


Camp Araas
(Tent and CJmp Tratl»f»>


A 1 B

C


nodarata
Oledanta


Caaraa fragmants
Coaraa fragmants, slopa


Picnic Arm
(Park-Type) ■


. A i B
C


nodarata
nodarata


Coarsa fragmanta
Coaraa fragmanta. alopa


Playj/ounds
(Athletic Fields)


A i B
C


Savara
Savara


Caaraa fragaanta
Caaraa Tragnafita, slopa


Paths and Trails
(Hiking and Bridle)


All


litadarata


' Caaraa fragmanta


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1 SUITA8IUTT AND MAJOK SOIL FEATURES AFFECTINC FARH USE


Use


Slope


Suitablity


Major Soil F<atuie(s) Affecting Use


Truck Crops


i

B

C


Cood
Fair
Unaultad


Slopa
Slopa


Field Crops


A

a


Cood
Fair
Poor


Slopa

Slooa


Hay and Pasture Crops


A i'a
c


Good
Fair


Slopa


Apple Orchards


All


Fair


Slopa


SUITABIUTT FOR WOODLAND PRODUCTION AND LIMITATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT


Slope-


Desree of Limitation Related to - - -


Productivity


Species to Favor - - |


Seedllni
Mortalltr


Plait Competitioi


Windtlirow
Hazard


Ension
Hazard


Equipment
Restric-
tions


Suit-
ability
Group


Major
Species


Site

Index
Ran?e


Existing
Stands


For
Planting


Hardniood


1 Conifer


All


modarat*


Sliqht


Slight


Silent


Slight


Slight


4a1


Uhlta Pini
Had Plna
Ulhlta

Spruca
Rad Oak


• 60-70
60-70

50-60
45-55


U.P.
R.P.
R.O.


W.P.
R.P.


SUITABILITY AND MAJOR SOIL FEATURES AFFECTINC USE FOR WILDLIFE j


Kinds of Wlldllte


Slope


Suitability


Major Soil Featurefs) Affecting Use


Opanland

1


All


Fair


Somawhat droughty


Woodland


All


fair


Somaahat droughty


i Wetland

i


All


Vary Poor


No uiatar



Indtcator Spaclaa



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THE PROPOSEV PLAM

Thz aAboKztiim oAza -Li dividzd up uvto nlnz 6ZztioYU>. Each -iizction n.zpn.ziiiiyvt'h
an OAZCL tkcvt -Li> o{i impoKtancz -in an uAban ^seXttng.



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HIGH WILPLIFE VALUE



food ci an unpoxtant nzczii-Lty Ofi att tiv-cng clza-tuAZi, . {')-ild a.yiimati oLbo
need C0VZ1 duiuig zznXaln pz'u.O'.Ut oi tunz- ^za/u.ng oi ijoang, {^oal lueat/ie-^, oK
atXacki by pxzdaton,i> . T/ieie f^actoA^ toAgzhj dztznm-inz tkz lncA.zcu>z ox dzzxza^z
c',T MLtdli{^z popiLta-tLoni, . Wanij an-imcit:> dzpznd upon a Pizz^' f^xuA^ , tzavz^, ticig-t,
ieed.i, i-teni, boAk, on. xooti> ^^oi ^ood and covei. Thz tn.zz6 in tkU ^zztion havz
a liigli McidiU.f,z vaZuz ivlu^ch meaiti bztujzzn 25 and 49 w-dLdtifiZ animoLs dzpznd upon
f/ie txzz r^ox iiuAvival tkxougkouX thz ijzoA.



COIV f/ARfy TREES



W^jtte^ /iaxd<.nei4 U a vzAy imponXant f^acton. to con^btder nHizn <je(.'ecf.cng a
txzz f,ox any oAza. Tkz t/izzi in thii, izction oAz hoAdy to L-Jmtex fempeiafa'cfi
xangA.ng bz^timzn 20 and 35 dzgxzzi TaAznkz.it. T/ieie txzz6 can bz u6zd in almost
any lozaJxon in tkz iXaXz o^ Nzm] Hamp^iuAZ and tkzy i-iiitt iuAvivz tkz nJiyitzA
cCLmaXz. TkZyXZ oAz tAzz6 and iliAubz that. gAow in thz mounta^M and do w;eC£ in
oniy alpA.nz znviAownznts . Thziz plants akvz not bzzn inciudzd in tlti6 oAboxztim
faecau/ie tkz ^ocivi docs not tnctudz alp^nz znv-^^xonmznth .



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FAST GRiVl'4G TREES MW SHRLISS S\
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Ttcn-i and iliAubi in t/tci cixza o^ tiiQ. (hxhoictiun iiave. becK cJirien ,v'l tln'il
gait ^Kow-Lng late. Tkti^ pianti i\}.iil g^ow be&ocfii fw'u am/ i^-cve necf rorciaan'f/;
;/ou.ny i/ico^ and now gA.owth thz f^cLitui poA-ti. A f^cLit gluwcng t'tee ut i/iiub (S
ijUL'd flOt ptlan.ti.ng en a/tea.i w/iete (^a-i.t covei oi dcioted ct ,^cC(!ati] <'n an axi^a ci



ABIOTIC TOLERANCE



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.PCanti .t*i an atban aiea /teCp enhance and modt^ij tt to make ct mvin enjajab^e
and C(.vabZ^ (jOX pcopZz. HomzveA, thejiz ate nujneAooi tun-ctoig i^actcti <.n an utban
•^.'Zttuig. X-ox pollution, iolt ^piaij, i-t^eet Lighting, 6oil compacttun and impnopex
d-xa-tnagz OAZ jtut a (^zuj condLtionJ^ that a t/iee ofi iluiub mmt adjait to en an uuxban
iett<.ng. Tkz txtu -en tivc6 -izction zach havz dif^^zxznt toizAancz Izvzti to abtotic
condA.ti.oni,

Hzat'dxought xzi-ii-tant, 8e.tuXa popuZi^otia.

CxcUazguA punctata

Sail Rz,!^Aj,tjxnt MynA.ca pznMjlvanA.ca

Light and boll zovi^paction izi-Oitant .Tkaja occidzntatii

TlLia tomzntoAa



SMALL TREES ^~^

Many landicapu need imall tn.zzb to f^-iZl in an oAza tn^tzad oi a Catge tTce
ox bhfiub. Thz binall tAzzh In thA^i 6Zction lange f^Kom ten to f^otiKtij kzzt in
hZL^iit and aAz good to o^e in iltviationA 6uch a6 fi-llting in an mptij bpot nzxt to
a bmallzx buulding on. an.ou.nd a yoAd (^on. icn.zznlng. Because thziz Vizzi> anz of,
a\jzxagz hzA.ght, thzij can iacczi^iully pn.otzct an anza on. ^Itl in a imatt ipacz.



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OUTSTAMVJNG FLOWERIWG SHRU6S



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Tlic tl'Xubi, u\ f/i-ci aica ate notzd f^ox r'/e'tt spccractil'ai /ifctwi i ct* /( -i v'^ctif"
tone:) ^'0 tilt ijzcix.
fCca'Cting Chaxt '-

Maxell: Lcnu-C'ZXa .^laq-tan-tcsi ona

Apxct: FoUtjtliax uitaximdia

Mai/: Dzu-tzia QUacJ^LLi, , Sijfu.nga vui'jafvoi,, Rtwdudi'ivlx.'n

zatanbiz-iiZ, ko-iia ^ugo^a, iJibu^niw txL^obum
Jam: Acaivthopanax iiA.zboldAM.nuL'S , Potznti^la ,'iA.u.ttr.oia,

[/■ibuAnum aZtvLf^otium
JuZtj: Aeicu£a<s panvi^^loKa, Clztlvxa aln^f^otax

Mo it 0(5 tha^z tn.zzi> do not tike. veAtj cold tzn-npziaXuAeJi and pKzf{ex a ivaxjnzx
pxotzc-tzd ct(j)icU:e. Howeve/i, atl tiiuz ^h.xub^ do Mi^tt in iouXhzxn Mew Haivpbktxz.
T/icie i/i/Tu.b4 can pxov^de. colon, -tn an oAza that laclz^ colon.. Acantkopanax
i>-<.zbii IdMinLLb and Ro-ja n.ago6a kavz mall thoim, and oAz good ^on. a boAAizn. f\0X.
iCC'pu^Hy undci-iAzd Viaf^fiic in an oAza. ClzthAz aJi'AA.(^otia, Loniczn.a f^xag-xantui-ava,
and Sijx^nga valgoAi^ an.z noted (^on. thz (^A.ag-tance and cxzati plza.ba;it Miedti that
can juet/jon'c-t umijantzd imetLi.



STREET PLAMia^S



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The txciui md ikamb^ oi CZ/uLs iigcttiOim ■da vidtii n-xli ^dii^'mg itrti-ti md kavr m't ^ ■■r'

uLi*id C/'Tiii i^jto' on til's, pfflif.

ami iuu, j^tut mt iieoa jU'M to mm extzsit in m. wibm. i'&tthm- TTJme i.kiiiiibi> catim
kelp to j'.neoi oiuu:: a. iiiikl c* wztt a& pfysdnjuce. ajtcn <sMid t^xtu-i^ tci a Imnd^cafT.



'WISE ^EVUCTJ0!4/SCREEMS



T'teei and :iim.ub^ /lave nujnii/ioiLd aoe4 in an •Miban ^.'.nvAJioivnznt. MoLie. 1:1 a
common pfiobtejn ui an u/iban 4ettcng and thzn.z vit many cU^f^Z'tznt t\e.Zi> and i/t-rubo
that can fae cued to hzCp -reduce thz noi^z. LzmzL in an afiza. Wanu iigkt-b in t/ie
u.iban tnv^Jionimnx O/te vzxy anattAacXi.vz and a bon.dzK -i?v tn.zu o-l i/iAubi can couet
'■''.e i-<.an'C. The t-ieei and ikxnb^ tszlzctzd (■^on. zlva ozcti-on a,xz ju.it a .^eu' c^ tkz
txz2yt good ao-r rio^^ie 'tzductton^ and ic-reen boA.deA4 . EueAg-teen t-tee-i, iuc/i o-i tlie
Abx^e^i baZitOjmza, JanipziOLU> v-uiginiana and Picza ipzcJ-Zi a-rz vzxy de^^ie and kzi'p
leduce no^se <leveX4 biy 50 to 60 pzAcznt. Tkz^z txzzA axz zf>,f:ZCtivz tjzaM.ou.nd
bzcaiMiz thzij do not too6Z thcjJi (\otiaqz and tkzij can succzi>6f^ulx.u blociz an
anplza^ant -i-cg/iX. Thz dzcidaoLU> -tteS/i, LonA.czKa taZOA^ca and UibuAnain Rentage",
hzZp reduce no-c^z IzvzLii bij 40 to 50 pz^cznX.



HIGH ^AINTEMNCE AREA (^|

Wanij txzcyb took nicz in an uAban iettcng bu,t can xzquiyxz a (axgz ainvant
0(i maU.ntznancz. fxiiiXi can cAzatz a ta,xgz amount o{\ tittzn. and OAZ dif^^ucuit
to i.MJLk OAoand. Lzavzb afiz a pioblzjn aJUo i(^ tkzij aAZ con-U^noiL^lij ftOJUUng. Onz
lAXXLj to pKZKiznt a la/igz amount 0^ maA.ntznancz {iA.om tkziz tifpz6 of^ tree 6 ii to mz
a ground cover to liidz thz tcttzA. Gaaltlizxia pfiocubzn^ and Gaalthzfiia hi^ttp-tduia
OAZ LU>zd in tixU, oAza (X4 g-round coveAi to cut down on maA.ntznancz.



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Thz paXk -Mj-itejn tYVtoA^ iKom ihz no^hzcu>t coxnoji a^ thz oAbofiztum 6-otz. TlvU>
tvoi dztzAmA^nzd becooie thz uxutzA -supply mJUi be dLoiiO. by and atio to diAcovJiaQZ
a. pa/ibing p^obtum moA tkz zyvtyiancz to thz LiAban ¥ofizi>tn.y Czntz/i. Tka> mcuin path
thA.ou.gkout thz oAbo^ztum iA tiMznty i-ivz izzt mxLz and can accomodatz a maJjvtznancz
t/iuck, Thzfiz uUZl zvzYituuatty fae a path (^Kom thz maA.n bcuZding o{^ thz L/Afaon FoA.zit/iy
Czntzn. to thz oAbofiztuxn thAoagh thz woodzd a/iza on thz gKoundi,. Fivz pathi'Uayi
tiAJad o^a o{i thz majjn. path in thz a/ibo^ztum. Thzi>z patki mlZ fae iiix izzt totde.
Thz maAji path MiZt be a loop d/vivz and thJji -Li, bzi>t ^OK moAjvLznancz vzhlctzi and


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