Landscape and Trees

Primary Contact

  • Jennifer Orseno

Landscape Services

Lawns, hedges, beds and trees

Two or more times a month, depending upon the season:

  • cut all lawn areas
  • edge all roadways, walks and beds
  • remove any debris caused by maintenance
  • blow off all sidewalk and street areas

once each month:

  • trim all hedges
  • weed and rake all beds
  • remove debris from beds
  • maintain beds around trees
  • remove suckers from trees up to seven feet
  • trim all perimeter hedges
Schedule Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Mowing 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 2 2
Hedges and beds 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


and at the appropriate times each year:

  • weed control
  • turf insect control
  • turf fertilization
  • trees, shrubs and palms fertilization
Schedule Jan-Feb Mar-Apr May-Jun Jul-Aug Sep-Oct Nov-Dec
Turf   1 1   1 1
Weed Control 1         1
Insect Control       1    
Trees/Shrubs   1 1   1 1
Palms   1 1   1 1


The palm and shade trees will be trimmed in accordance with the code specified by Palm Beach County, on a schedule determined by the Board of Directors.

Homeowners wishing to plant a tree on their lot must submit their plan to the Architectural Committee prior to purchasing the tree. Following the hurricanes of 2004 many articles have been written recommending that only trees that are native to Florida should be planted in Boca Raton neighborhoods. Please go to the Architectural Committee page for more information.

People often ask about the tree on the corner as you turn right onto Petaluma Drive.

It's a Pandanus Spiralis also known as the screw palm.

Much hardier than the Palms, it is grown throught South Florida and in some countries, the pineapple like fruits are ground into a flour for making a type of bread.

Palm Beach County

County guidelines regarding what to plant and what to avoid planting.


    Sabal Palm

  Florida's State Tree

Florida Palm Trees