Tanja Lehtikangas

Tanja Lehtikangas

Tanja Lehtikangas
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Garden up a slope -- from http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/landscape-basics/slope-solutions/#page=4

If one big wall won't do, several low walls with level terraces between may be the right solution. Consider paving a level to create a patio and a comfy seating area. An inviting midslope patio is a great place to sit and survey the rest of your garden.

Beautiful Deck w/ Multi-Level Gardens! http://www.hgtv.com/landscaping/multilevel-garden-layouts/pictures/page-2.html?soc=pinterest

Create a multi-level deck and make a dynamic statement in the backyard or garden. Level changes add depth to the design and an added visual interest.

Landscaping for a wooded, sloped lot

Pam Reddoch, an avid West Knoxville gardener and hiker, has landscaped the back of her hillside yard with tiered decks water features. Stone steps and paths meander around the slope and through the plants.

terraced garden

San Franciscans know Paxton Gate as one of the city's best garden stores, but you may not know that they also do landscape design