Spring Garden Tips
Gardening on a Slope

Take advantage of gravity when gardening on a slope. Place plants with lower water demands higher on the slope and those with a higher demand lower on the slope. You’ll keep both plants happier and save water at the same time. Don’t forget to mulch the soil to conserve moisture, reduce erosion and improve the soil.

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