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Terracing A Sloped Backyard. Terracing for slopes and stone wall design, hill landscaping ideas Terracing makes yard landscaping more manageable and attractive. A series of terraces provide flat areas for growing edible herbs, flower beds or vegetable gardens.
Each terraced row will be on its own level and get direct sunlight, without being shaded by the row in front of it. Terracing is also used in hilly farmland to maximize usable square footage for crops. If terraces are beyond the limits of your time or money, you may want to consider other options for backyard slopes.
A sloped hillside sheds water before plants can gather it, plus runoff strips the soil of nutrients as it washes through.
In order for it to work, it has to be structurally sound.
This allows heavy rains to soak into the soil rather than run off and cause erosion. Lay cardboard like shingles on a roof—start at the bottom, top pieces at the top of the slope. A steep slope is an opportunity to create a dramatic, sheer curtain of water.
Terracing A Sloped Backyard
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