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What are some beautiful flowering shrubs that would root well on a small hill?


At the very back of my backyard, there is a slight hill. I wanted to plant some flowering shrubs but wonder which would do well on a hill and in full sun. I appreciate any ideas as far as any flowering shrubs that would root well on a small hill or sloping terrain.

 

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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Wow, Connor j, thank you, and, yes it is!!!


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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Hello eugbug, Oh, thank you so much for the great plant suggestions! Yes, we have red clay here, so that is another aspect of the hill/slope I must address too.

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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Hahaha ... thank you so much, Patsy. You are so kind. I still have much to learn. You are our resident gardening expert no doubt about it!

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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Hi MizBejabbers, Oh, I do love the Rose of Sharon. I need some going all across the hill, and it matters not the height, just the width. The purple and pure white sound beautiful. Thank you for answering!

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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Hello pagesvoice, Thank you so much for answering. How lilacs are beautifully magnificent! I love that they thrive so well. Plus, they smell amazing too. I appreciate the great answer.

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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Hello rosevillaruz, Oh, yes, we have "forget-me-not" here! That is an excellent choice. I love them. Thank you for reminding me of them. Blessings

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    Faith Reaper 2 years ago

    Hello Celebrates, oh, yes, forsythia, I do love their color of bright yellow, I believe? I have seen them around my neighborhood and they are hardy and colorful. Thank you for answering.