Corpus ID: 3954597

Residential landscaping in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.: Practices and preferences relative to covenants, codes, and restrictions

@article{Martin2003ResidentialLI,
  title={Residential landscaping in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.: Practices and preferences relative to covenants, codes, and restrictions},
  author={C. Martin and K. A. Peterson and L. B. Stabler},
  journal={Journal of arboriculture},
  year={2003},
  volume={29},
  pages={9-17}
}
In the Phoenix, Arizona, U.S., metropolitan area, community associations with legally binding covenants, codes, and restrictions (CC&Rs) impose limitations on landscaping activities in many new neighborhood residential communities. Studies were conducted in the Phoenix area to develop an understanding of residential homeowner landscape preferences and practices and how they might be impacted by CC&Rs. Residential yards in communities with CC&Rs controlling landscape activity had fewer trees… Expand
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