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Uphill Garden Ideas. A series of terraces provide flat areas for growing edible herbs, flower beds or vegetable gardens. Big brush strokes of color — from the same plant — draw up the eye through the landscape; here, a bright red stretch of astilbe beckons at the top of the path.
All kinds including wood, rock, stone, brick, gabion, concrete, low, garden and more. See more ideas about backyard, backyard landscaping, sloped backyard. With gardens that slope uphill (away from the house), the number one issue is often how to situate a large enough patio to create a sense of space, without the need for a mighty tall.
Position it so the long side faces uphill.
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Sloping garden planting ideas (Image credit: Unsplash/Arno Senover) If you have a sloping front garden, or a driveway with a slope to the side, you can conceal or soften the slope by planting trees and grasses along the slope edge. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care is a great way to make a garden slope attractive. For a gentle slope or berm that connects a wooded area with your open lawn, create a smooth transition with groundcovers that naturalize and create a colorful carpet.
Uphill Garden Ideas
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