Need a ground cover.
My new doublewide is on a slab and the lot has a gentle slope. The west side of the house is on the spot where fill was needed to level the slab. The house sits on an artificial hill that is too steep to mow. I had originally hoped to truck in enough topsoil to ammend the drop off and make the area into lawn. Long story, but I can't get heavy equipment to the area and I have decided plan B will be to cover the slope with a prolific and hardy ground cover. There are no trees in that area and it is on the west side of the house. I live in Conquest, a Port Byron mailing address, where we often get brutal winds. In the winter we also get plenty of snow. I'm in zone 5. I would appreciate suggestions of a plant that would quickly cover the area and I want it to be something that is atractive year round. Once it is established and grows down to tne mowable lawn, it should look much better out there.
Nancy in Central New York
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