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    • Maureen Pucil

      Sloped garden idea for the front, going from the garage level all the way to the ground level. Beautify a Slope Grassy slopes can be hard to maintain, so turn your front-yard hillside into a beautiful display and keep it easy to care for by covering the slope with your favorite plants. The plantings rising up to the house make a home appear grander. Test Garden Tip: Mix groundcovers, grasses, evergreens, annuals, and perennials to create a planting that looks good all year.

    • Brenna Ondricka

      Forget hard to maintain grassy slopes and fill your hillside with your favorite plants. More front yard landscape secrets:

    • Kristen DiNobile

      Looks like a great idea for a steep hill. It's bright, colorful, cheerful, full of flowers, but also has lots of green plants of different textures.

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