Yet more research for the coming season and yard improvements. :)
I'm trying to decide just what I can plant on the side of the drainage
culverts that run along the side and back of my property. The wonders of
living on the skits of a subdivision development.
Anyway, I was thinking maybe removing some of the rubble rock and
planting Joe Pye weed planted every so often along the ditch, which is
6' deep and 6' wide with about a 45 degree pitch.
Currently there is a crappy looking grass that grows in the area, along
with some other weedy flowers and the only good thing, some morning glory.
Area gets full sun and is fair moisture wise during normal season weather.
So you think it would do well there and be able to choke out some of the
grass and other junk? Or do you think I should look in other directions.
Zone 6b Kentucky, 12" or less of decent soil before solid clay... ;)