Re: Need to hold back some soil....

JNJ wrote:

Get a professional to do the grading; it'll be worth the cost. Grading is physically arduous to do by hand; grading with a machine on a hill is not for amateurs. There are lots of hardy perennials that are good at holding soil and can give you some interesting flowers. Shasta daisy, daylily, monarda, echinacea, oenothera, lupines, and iris are all plants that I've used for this from time to time. With a nice mixed border, you could have something almost always in bloom.
Chris Owens
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