If you have a sloped yard, you may not have had much luck growing your favorite plants in certain areas. You might have found it downright impossible to keep your landscape from slowly sliding downward. While maintaining a sloped yard can be difficult, there are certain plants that can thrive in your unique situation. Let’s take a look at some of them.
1. Start With a Plan
When you’re getting ready to landscape your slope, consider the pitch and potential runoff. If the grade is more than 30 degrees, terracing the area (giving it distinct levels of flat ground) might be your best option. With terracing, you can avoid excessive erosion and gravity-related moisture loss.