I have a WSW sloping front giving way to lawns and trees. The soil is predominantly clay (Lancashire) but seems to support all sorts of growth.
The angle of inclination is approx. 20% and really needs to be supported to prevent soil erosion.
For the past 20 yrs. it has been home to a prolifically flowering shrub with furry grey leaves, daisy-like yellow flowers which seem quite common but are now woody and rather to large.
I want an instant solution! (ground cover).
Need advice, please.
On plant Will add a picture tomorrow if the weather remains fine. Thank you for your replies. Good ideas!
- 21 Jul, 2012