170,848 sloping garden Home Design Photos

Princeton Scapes Inc
1 Review
lake house
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Gorgeous slight hillside gardening _ just what we need out back!
Grasses and succulents are good choices for sloping gardens, since they thrive in dry, well-drained conditions
Employ grasses and succulents. Grasses and succulents are good choices for sloping gardens, since they thrive in dry, well-drained conditions. Notice how the plants in this garden add depth
Grasses and succulents are good choices for sloping garden add depth and texture to space.
cvs, zones 3 to 8) to garden crevices.
“Let’s find a solution for your sloping yard that really works for your lifestyle, then discuss how to build a garden around it.” — Jay SiffordSpeaking of challenging yards, a sloped one might make you feel a bit hopeless about gardening. Before you give up on
“no space plants, and rocks” — spennerk
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
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The gas fire pit was custom built by a firm in Colorado utilizing hand-hammered metal and heat induced patinas. This terrace overlooks the sloped perennial garden. We finished the rear space with a calm stone arrangement emerging from raked pea gravel dry lake. This viewed from a stone bench we constructed
rosemary and sage/salvia and lavender for sunny dry rocky slopes
slopes - mediterranean - rosemary, lavender, sage
make perfect candidates for growing on sunny, dry, rocky slopes. Rosemary (Rosemary officinalis, zones 8 to 10), lavender (Lavendula spp, zones 5 to 9) and sage (salvia spp and cvs, zones 5 to 9) are all good choices.More: Inspired Designs for Sloped Lots
“sloped yard” — Gretchen Kim
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
B Willow Spring
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Side yard fruit and vegetable garden with steel planters.
high is it from the top to the bottom of the slope?
Hi. I'm trying to determine how high the drop off (slope) is and how far out you had to go from the top to the bottom...I guess like height and width?
Hi! Love the garden boxes at base of hill! Can you tell me where
veggie garden on side of garage
love the ideas for a sloped yard
fruit and vegetable garden with corten steel planters
sloping beds in front of path
good idea for lesleys side garden
steps and rocks in sloping scape
Planter beds at bottom of slope
the rectangular metal planters at the bottom of slope
Build a banked borderMost plants are just as happy growing on slopes as in level beds, so construct flowerbeds that rise up from a path, creating a green, enveloping corridor. Small steps cut into the bank will give you access for weeding and pruning.
“Building on a slope” — cousinscove
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Front Garden, July 2011
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Perfect pond for our sloping yard
steps and a water garden to best use a sloped lot.
How to design a great garden for a sloped lot: http://www.houzz
Great way to deal with a sloped yard.
Sloped yard - tiered water feature and plant garden around it.
Good idea for my sloped yard
there was no garden; in fact, there weren’t even any front steps. My solution was to carve a tiered water feature into the side of the hill and plant a garden around it. Let’s find a solution for your sloping yard that really works for your lifestyle, then discuss how to build a garden around it.
“sloped garden” — katherinepewing
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Entry Garden
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How did you secure the mulch to the slope? Just curious as we have serious slope in our yard and might get rain in Austin, TX.
Secured Mulch to Slope
If you didnt get an answer I have seen similar things done with garden mesh
terraced garden rows?
Layering of plants on slope....
Slope tiers, plants i
solution for steep slope (Toposes)
Great idea for barnyard garden.
Good use of sloped land
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“garden” — bitterbetsie
KellyBaron
3 Reviews
French Country Estate New Construction
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sloped backyard terraced landscape, stone walls and stairs
Dealing with levels and terraces in a slopy garden
Sloped steps without being too intrusive
Squeeze in a seatA cultivated sloping garden like this one is not best suited to entertaining or playing, but it is perfect for sitting and relaxing. The steep slope here has been walled to create beds, but a horizontal slither of lawn, just big enough for a bench, has been included in the design, providing
“Love this informal feel with stone or bricks” — pmcguire54
Troy Rhone Garden Design
16 Reviews
Low fence on stone wall
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Land slopes. Fence doesn't
Idea of the sloped wall landscape
a mat of roots to keep the soil in place. Weeding sloping gardens is not an easy task, but one way to reduce this is simply by covering the soil with more plants. Clearly this homeowner understands that and has created a delightful cutting garden that provides months of color while also covering the
edge of a sloping driveway provides the perfect spot for a contained cottage look that also brightens the edge of the driveway. In this case, the picket fence is keeping the cottage garden out of the yard, rather than in it.
Solution B: Create a shallow raised border following the slope and fill it
creates a mat of roots to keep the soil in place. Weeding sloping gardens is not an easy task, but one way to reduce this is simply by covering the soil with more plants. Clearly this homeowner understands that and has created a delightful cutting garden that provides months of color while also covering the
“Bushes along fence” — aquinzel
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
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Great way to treat a sloped garden. Back beds with metal sheets.
Max up the materialsIn a sloping garden, you can make the materials you use to terrace the incline as eye-catching as the planting. Here, beds are backed by metal sheets, with huge boulders dotted around them and bordering the stone path. The planting itself is modest, featuring trees for height and
“Great way to treat a sloped garden. Back beds with metal sheets.” — Anji Connell Interior Design +
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