Hill Landscaping Ideas
Great success with planting a slope has to do with the types of plants you use. Here are some great tips, ideas and photos. For low maintenance, be sure to use drought tolerant plants!
We made a feature of the garden’s slope, by designing three terraced levels of planting, with an open flight of steps running through it to the garden’s upper section. Description from juliantatlock.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Roomy bench fitted into a hillside nook.
Aubrieta are excellent for steep banks - they suppress weeds, help stabilise the soil and are low maintenance.
Hot, Dry Hillside garden. A how-to guide for designing planting. Here salvias, lavender and other perennials are mixed with annuals for colour.
Log stairs on the side of the garage. Build in a slope next to stairs and you have an easy bike push path.:
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Simple Tips for Hillside Landscaping (http://blog.hgtv.com/design/2013/08/04/simple-tips-for-hillside-landscaping/?soc=pinterest)