Friday, August 9, 2013

Question of the Week

We've written here before about both poison ivy and Princeton Landing's continued bad decision not to mulch. The use of mulch helps control this noxious weed. So it was probably inevitable that we'd see poison ivy growing on the property—maybe on the berms as we usually do or in other brushy areas around the community. What was surprising was to spot poison ivy growing in full view in a bed next to a homeowner's driveway. As you can see from the photos below, it's a good size plant and its trailers are making their way through the bed. Actually, what's most surprising is that the poison ivy was not noticed by anyone on the parcel landscape walks or by any member of the landscape team. Does the Association feel any responsibility to remove poison ivy so close to homes in Princeton Landing?