Use a slope to create garden art! Here, boxwood hedges create a visual masterpiece on a slope. The blue fescue between the hedges adds a fun contrast in form and color. Planting on the slope enables you to view the distinct planting pattern while enjoying a meal on the patio....so nice!! Gardens Beds, Boxwood Hedges, Hillside Gardens, Beautiful Backyard, Beautiful Places, Gardens Art, Beautiful Gardens, Teas Parties, Knot Gardens
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Create a Private Getaway A bench shaded by a rose-covered pergola creates a fragrant destination on this hillside. A matching railing leads the way to the oasis and provides a more secure means to traverse the slope. A white lattice fence complements the structure and adds a feeling of enclosure./Garden Room Galleries/BHG
So beautiful and serene... Now that's a relaxation spot!
Generalife gardens of the Alhambra. The gardens and hedges were so beautiful and there were soooo many...Michelle
Problem slopes - Plant It. Plant roots are very efficient at anchoring loose soil on a slope. So turn a tough hill into a beautiful planting by selecting easy-care groundcovers that root into the bank wherever their stems touch soil. The dense mats they create will reduce erosion and weeds.
Kjeld Slot - LOve the use of traditional boxwood hedging in a contemporary repeating pattern down a slope filled with purple and white tulips... gets me thinking about spring.
Boxwoods, bricks, and hydrangeas ~ perfect! This could be a front porch or a back porch... but the curb appeal is strong for either case. Fabulous welcoming stone pathway with gorgeous evergreen hedges and beautiful ever blooming hydrangeas behind the hedges (called 'layering') and of course steps up to a gorgeous deck or porch. Love this look.