Erosion Control

Erosion Control

Stabilize your hillsides with these plants that help prevent erosion!

Stabilize your hillsides with these plants that help prevent erosion!

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Kleina (Blue Chalk Sticks) - Senecio mandroliscae

Kleina (Blue Chalk Sticks)

Senecio mandroliscae

From $3.95

Creeping Myporum - Myoporum parvofolium Puta Creek

Creeping Myporum

Myoporum parvofolium Puta Creek

From $6.35

English Ivy - Hedera helix

English Ivy

Hedera helix

From $22.00

English Ivy Variegated - Hedera helix Variegata

English Ivy Variegated

Hedera helix Variegata

From $22.00

Erosion Control: Slopes and hillsides pose problems of erosion and water runoff. Selecting the right plants that stabilize soil by providing a hardy root system with dense foliage can help mitigate soil movement on slopes. Looking to plants that are native to the area are typically a good place to start. Here in Southern California, options may include Ceanothus, Salvia, Manzanita, Penstemon or a combination of these. Besides native plants, there are other great options that do tremendously well in stabilizing hillsides. These include Myoporum, Rosemary, Lantana, and Acacia . Each slope has it’s own set of unique challenges, so if you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !

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Erosion Control: Slopes and hillsides pose problems of erosion and water runoff. Selecting the right plants that stabilize soil by providing a hardy root system with dense foliage can help mitigate soil movement on slopes. Looking to plants that are native to the area are typically a good place to start. Here in Southern California, options may include Ceanothus, Salvia, Manzanita, Penstemon or a combination of these. Besides native plants, there are other great options that do tremendously well in stabilizing hillsides. These include Myoporum, Rosemary, Lantana, and Acacia . Each slope has it’s own set of unique challenges, so if you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !