Thursday, August 15, 2013

12 Ideas For Landscaping On A Slope

For all of you who have been stopping by diy Design Fanatic for awhile, you know that I LOVE gardening.

I love everything, well, just about everything about it.
I love transforming an outdoor space from an idea to a beautiful garden. 

We took our backyard from wild, vine covered woods and made it into a garden we enjoy.
Our current home has a slope starting at the middle of the house, down into the backyard. 

I can tell you from experience that gardening on a slope can present a challenge, especially if the slope is very steep. 
But, even though gardening on a slope can be a challenge, there are many beautiful ways to make it both useful,  practical and beautiful.

Hometalk.com asked me if I would curate a board for ideas on how to garden on a slope and so here it is.
You can find the board HERE which has comments or tips for each photo. 
You can also just click on the pic and it will take you directly to my Hometalk board.
Hometalk, gardening, gardening on a hill, gardening on a slope, organic gardening 
 Hometalk has some pretty awesome projects on it's site that people submit and you don't have to be a blogger to do so! 
You can even ask a question about a problem you've been having with your landscape or home decor project. 


To see more of my gardening projects,  you can click the following links:









Hope you have a beautiful day!

Pam

8 comments:

  1. Great ideas Pam, I definitely needed some inspiration for our shaded, slopy yard!
    Tami

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  2. Great inspiration pics on your board. Hugs, Marty

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  3. Wow Pam...what a fabulous board you created...and I love your gardens!!!

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  4. I love Hometalk and have seen so many....great, new ideas there! Love all these suggestions Pam.

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  5. Awesome inspiration Pam. You and the Mr. are amazing in the gardens and landscape!

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  6. Keep posting the good work. Some really helpful information in there. Bookmarked. Nice to see your site.flora

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