look for small evergreens, grasses, and plants with interesting habits (such as corkscrew willow) for winter good looks. This planting also takes advantage of color to create extra impact. The contrasting purple-and-chartreuse color theme looks great and personalizes the garden. Front Gardens, Houses Colors, Yard Food, Front Yard Gardens, Colors Theme, No Mow Sloped, No Grass Front Yard, Dreams Gardens, Gardens Makeovers
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BEFORE: Tough-to-Mow Slope - Sloping front yards can be a lot of work to maintain -- it's not easy trudging up and down with a mower, nor is trying to keep the slope properly fed and watered any fun. If you're facing a situation like this, put in some plantings to dress up your slope and give you more time to enjoy a beautiful front yard.
Steps convert a slope from inaccessible to inviting. Wide steps that meander or zigzag up a steep slope are easier to climb than those that escalate rapidly. Test Garden Tip: Begin building at the base of your slope if you're not sure where to add your stairs. Try climbing the slope along several different paths until you find the most comfortable route