My yard has a sloped hill , I need an idea as to what I can put there

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  • Peggy Riggles Peggy Riggles on Jun 13, 2018
    Some sort of hearty ground cover. Maybe Vince minor. It has nice purple flowers and shiny evergreen leaves

  • P5728744621 P5728744621 on Jun 13, 2018
    Myrtle is a good ground cover that flowers early and will spread without getting out of control. There are several varieties of hostas also.

  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on Jun 13, 2018
    Is it your backyard, side yard or front yard? Where really determines what to do. If it's a front or side, I would tier it with garden blocks or railroad ties. You could have some tiers of grass and one or two with a garden. You could do rock garden with plants in their pots in between the rocks. If it's a backyard, I would also tier it but with different functions. A place to sit, a play area for the kids, a play area for adults (firepit, cornhole, horse shoes, basketball, etc), making the last row at the border a garden. I suggest you stay away from ground cover, it can become very invasive.

  • 27524803 27524803 on Jun 13, 2018
    Artificial grass.... create pockets... to put tubs of decorative plants.

  • Donna Donna on Jun 18, 2018
    It's in the backyard on the right side. It's starts at the fence , and runs along the right side about 12ft. The yard is big, so I dont really use the area. It abuts two of my neighbors yards. I was going to put a spilling whiskey barrel, with flowers. I don't think
    we would benefit from this as from our deck it would probably look like a minatue garden. The railroad ties may do the trick, using some kind of small bushes and as I come down use grasses or flowers. What do you think? TIA

  • Joy Elizabeth Joy Elizabeth on Jun 18, 2018
    We have a big sloped patch in our yard and it makes a great spot for a rock garden. Phlox looks pretty among the rocks. We also have hostas, liriope, day lilies, and vinca.