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Hillside Vegetable Garden Ideas. It can be a challenge to get supplies and water to the area. Kirk Longpré / Pacific Horticulture A hillside can be a blessing for a vegetable garden, especially a south-facing slope.
What happens if you have a slope where you need to put the beds? Low-maintenance succulents such as Agave, Crassula, and Bulbine thrive here. North-facing slopes can be shady and cool, while south-facing hillsides can bake in the summer sun.
The shallow rooted plants like monkey flowers (Diplacus spp.), Penstemons (Penstemon spp.), Sagebrush (Artemisia spp.), sages (Salvia spp.) or some manzanitas do this well. (See the sample plantings below.) Also, the type of mulch you use is important.
A vegetable garden on a steep slope is a great place to add vines.
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Rocks and naturalistic plantings turn an eroding California hillside flower bed into a colorful oasis that blends with the surrounding desert habitat. A switchback path makes quick work of a steep hillside and helps reduce erosion. Rain washes valuable topsoil and nutrients down the slope.
Hillside Vegetable Garden Ideas
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