What Is The Best Choice To Cover This Kind Of Terrain
We have been tried a different methods and no positives results it’s a steep hill that it washes away every time that rains
Look into the plant called eastern teaberry or wintergreen, Gaultheria procumbens. It tolerates shade, is low growing and is recommended for soil erosion control. Spiderwort/bluejacket and solomon's seal, false lily of the valley and wild ginger are other possibilities. Spicebush is a shrub that does well in shade. While getting new plants established, cover the soil with straw or burlap. Additional things to consider are a small swale filled with river rock that leads to a rain garden; thinning limbs from the trees to allow more sunlight; and ensuring downspouts point away from the trouble spot. (There are a number of rain garden plants that prefer at least partial shade.) Finally, consult with a landscaping company to discuss options including dry wells, terracing, and drainage management.