Low growing ground hugging plants work nicely with taller woody perennials, ornamental.
Evergreen. For more ideas, visit our ground covers page. Plus consider making the area interesting with adding colorful perennials and ornamental grasses. The Greenwood Nursery Staff is available by phoneand email to answer your questions and make suggestions on planting on your slopes and hillsides. cheryl's blog. May 31, The incline or rise of the slope makes it prone to a faster rate of landslide and erosion. A compact and elegant solution to this is to terrace your hill.
Using homegrown and natural materials, you can put together a series of stages or “terraces” that break up your slope and act as plateaus.
This stops run-off from just flowing straight down a hill.