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Take advantage of a long slope by dividing it into different levels. Here, wide terraces create planting spaces for individual garden rooms on each level. Stone steps allow for easy access between levels.

Tips for Taming a Slope

Garden Room Galleries Take advantage of a long slope by dividing it into different levels. Here, wide terraces create planting spaces for individual garden rooms on each level. Stone steps allow for easy access between levels.

nützliche tipps für die garten gestaltung zusammenstellung Salad and Flowers mixed

Tips for a beautiful garden! Take advantage of the beauty of edible plants and incorporate them in the landscape. Here, bright green and red lettuces form an intriguing border planting and eliminate the need for a separate vegetable garden.

beautiful mix of perennial flowers bloom in a wide range of blue, white, yellow, red, and purple colors against a brown, stone, wall

list of good perennials Riotous with high-summer color, this perennial border is built to last. After the delphiniums fade, purple salvias and strappy-leafed variegated irises keep the show going till fall.

Holzdeck am Hang / hillside deck

Deck the Hill. Transform a steep slope into valuable living space by straddling it with a multilevel deck. The contrast between natural plantings and a deck is always striking.

Back yard space with nice combination of open space & plantings, with both grass and stone patio plus room for a garden

Emily Whaley’s Garden, Charleston, South Carolina. Designed by Loutrel Briggs in 1940 and tended faithfully for almost 50 years by Emily Whaley, the garden is small and secluded in Charleston’s historic district

Perennial garden with flagstone path featuring barberry and Japanese Blood Grass, Imperata cylindrica, barberry, Berberis

Love the garden NOT THE PATH. Perennial garden with flagstone path featuring barberry and Japanese Blood Grass, Imperata cylindrica, barberry, Berberis

pretty border

a dry stream as both edging & drainage solution". I don't think we need a drainage solution, but I think it is pretty! just the rock edge part!

Take advantage of a change in grade to display your favorite potted plants on niches in a retaining wall holding back the slope. Bringing flowering pots closer to eye level gives them greater impact....plants are so pretty fixed this way!

Display Your Favorite Containers Take advantage of a change in grade to display your favorite potted plants on niches in a retaining wall holding back the slope. Bringing flowering pots closer to eye level gives them greater impact. - Gardening In Lights

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