Year-round anchors. A creeping blue juniper cascades on a rocky slope and serves as a centerpiece among seasonally changing plantings.
plants For erosion control | … plants, in a mixed planting. Erosion gradually decreased on the slope
raised garden beds on a hill | … : How We Built Our Tiered Raised Bed Vegetable Garden on a Slope
salvia: Salvia. This one needs to come with a warning label. First, it’s a psychoactive plant. Second, I’ve heard you can’t buy it in all states because it IS a psychoactive plant. But this is the deal, it’s super hardy, grows like a weed (pun not intended), and blooms all summer long. Another downside or perhaps upside, depending on how you look at it, it multiplies like nuts and can easily take over a garden space in no time.
JUN.24 – How To Build Terrace Garden Beds on a Hillside Project – Could have used this pin at one our homes with a steep incline.
Drought Resistant Plants Southern California | deer resistant and drought tolerant plants, about 60% CA natives
Oftentimes were challenged with less-than-ideal landscapes. Heres a solution to stop erosion on a hillside and create an easily-navigable garden.
How to Terrace a Slope by Raised-Garden-Beds: Diagram for raised beds on slope. Use bricks or blocks or terrace the foundation soil. #Raised_Beds #Gardens
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STEP 3 Cover the bottom and the sloping sides of the stream bed with 1/2 inch of crushed pea gravel. The sharp edges of the gravel will keep it from migrating when it rains or when someone walks on it