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Setting the Scene Using elements of balance and proportion is key to create the classical style of this slope. Even small hills offer the chance to include interesting garden elements. At the top of this slope, a retaining wall divides steps from a seating area behind it. Focal points in the form of garden ornaments provide the eye a place to rest.
Vegetable Gardens That Look Great - raised bed ideas from bhg.com
Retaining wall herb garden on a steep slope next to a stair case. We need something like this. Super easy!
Tilt Solution Plants edging a path work wonders to offer views and tame a side yard. Add a path or two along planting beds on your slope; it'll help make garden maintenance easier. Gravel and flagstones form a path that hugs the bottom of the hill. Repeated groupings of shade-loving plants flank the sides of the walkway, creating a sense of intimacy.