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Get landscaping ideas for sloping yards.
A gentle slope relies on shade-hardy plants for textural interest.
Pretty plants and trees make quick work of a steep incline.
A hillside garden relies on uncomplicated plants and a straightforward path.
Broken by a series of terraces, a gentle slope strikes the right notes.
Plants and materials in similar colors break up a steep expanse.
Two available paths provide very different garden experiences down a slope.
Plants edging a path work wonders to offer views and tame a side yard.
Using elements of balance and proportion is key to create the classical style of this slope.
A collection of miniature plants adds rhythm and grace to a landscape display on a terraced slope.
A walkway up a slope echoes the spontaneous feel of the landscape around it.