Wellesley, MA GardenTraditional Landscape, Boston

Roger Washburn

This is an example of a traditional shade hillside landscaping in Boston. —  Houzz
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lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Creative Ways to Work With a Sloped LotJan 7, 2016

3. Stone ramp. If the terrain in your yard isn’t too steep, a ramp lined in stone makes a lovely alternative to stairs. Interspersed with mossy ground cover, the “steps” develop a weathered look over time.

frankorgan
Frank Organ added this to Geometric Designs Keep Plants in LineMar 25, 2014

Even this very traditional garden has succumbed to strip and block planting. The clear strip of variegated hostas not only creates interest in color against the green ground cover, but really makes a feature of the bank.

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Bill Christopher added this to Bill's ideasNov 7, 2019

rock and grass sloped walk to follow current drive way?

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sylvanlake added this to LandscapingJul 31, 2019

Stone and grass ramp for a slope

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