When your garden is on a slope it provides you with both a challenge and an opportunity. The challenge is often knowing where to start, but the opportunities are almost endless as the examples shown below will demonstrate. Naturally the slope allows you to create one or more terraces with steps to connect them. Then again you will not have to create an artificial mound if you want to make a waterfall and garden pond. This article by Natalie which I found on the Top Dreamer website contains a gallery showing sixteen great ideas for a sloping garden.
Does your yard include a hill or hillside space? If it does, then you will definitely need a landscape design plan that offers maximum beauty with low maintenance. And today, you have the chance to find some amazing tips of how to decorate a sloped yard in the right way.
First of all, a sloped yard, can be also beautified with versatile plants. They are many of them that can grow well on a sloped surface. For instance, thyme is easy to grow and also blooms pink in the spring, adding a splash of color on the slope. You can even have terracing sections for creating flower beds. Try using landscaping pavers to create U-shaped tier that can be filled in with potting soil for plantings. Another solution for a sloped yard can be flagstone pavers. When they are set on a gravel base with spaces between allow rainfall to seep into the soil, instead of running off into the pond at the end of the patio. Below, we have picked some of the most amazing ideas of how to decorate a sloped yard, so that you can get inspired from. Check them out and choose which one of these ideas you will copy.
Amazing Sloped Yard Ideas