What's the best care free maintenance for a sloped landscape?

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when the slope is too steep, landscaping services reject to maintain it . So what do you suggest? what plants? what instead of grass and still see it green? (South Carolina)
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  • Bonnie Bonnie on Jun 21, 2017
    Asian jasmine

  • Lisa Knecht Lisa Knecht on Jun 21, 2017
    Plant pachysandra, a wildflower mix or any perennials that spread (ie brown eyed Susans, cone flowers), no more maintenance.

  • Julie Julie on Jun 21, 2017
    English ivy?

  • Kar1310103 Kar1310103 on Jun 21, 2017
    stones like you see along the highway. Go to a quarry

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 21, 2017
    For low to no maintenance creeping sedum.It comes in many different varieties and color.

  • Johnchip Johnchip on Jun 21, 2017
    Consider scraping it all down to raw dirt, spread tons of wild flower seeds and let it go.

  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Jun 21, 2017
    Ornamental grasses, mixed wildflowers, stone/wood retaining walls set at angles to the drop, to allow drainage, hold soil

  • Sylvia Candler Sylvia Candler on Jun 21, 2017
    Definitely sedum! Stay away from ivy! Ivy requires more maintenance and is almost impossible to get rid of (I think it's related to kudzu...lol). I live in SC too and have several types of sedum that stay green all winter that require no maintenance. For my money, sedum are your best bet. Check at Lowes or someplace like thativy! Ivy requires more maintenance and is almost impossible to get rid of (I think it's related to kudzu...lol). I live in SC too and have several types of sedum that stay green all winter that require no maintenance. For my money, sedum are your best bet. Check at Lowes or someplace like that for a creeping variety. Good luck!

  • Dottie Ann Dottie Ann on Jun 21, 2017
    Greens, Ivy, and wildflowers~